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Full text of "Antioch News 08/15/1985"

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by KAREN WILTBERGER 

' Nineteen school board seats in four A n-- 

tioch school districts are up for the Nov. 5; 

,sch(Wl boardelcctlons. , ' .-u^ 

-. The. weck-ldng filing will begin Monday, 
'Aug. 19 from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.. and run until & 

'P.m, in Monday, Aug. 26. People who have 
received 50 signatures on their petitions can 
file'at the school district for which they seek 
election. 

: Most school board mcmt)ers, whose. scats 
are up for election have indicated they will 

' seek re-clcctibn, school authorities said. 

, At the Antioch Community High School, 

five positions are up for election., of which 

four arc full four-year terms and one a two- 

year.unexpired term. 

Scats are up for board mcmt}ers Jultc 

Tortalski. Charles Forestcri Michael Zicn,. 

'Glen MooreandTom Fisher. 



Zien ahd^isher'Twere'apiw the 

board earlier this year to replace'menjbers^- 
: Betty ; Meyer arid Tony .StavceVic. ~wKb ■ 
resigned fi^om the board bccausclh^ moved ; 
to another district. /^ , , J:' 

...All five mcml>ers and three others have . 
taken- out petitions from the school. 
Petitions, however, can be taken from other, 
locations;! in which casMi' ''.school ad- 
ministrators may not be a warc of them. 

Antioch Grade .School District 34 also has 
five board seats up for election, j Four are. 
roDr*year terms'ond dnejs'an unexpired two- 

yearterm^.r- ■..""■/ ''■ r''"'' '■ [S'Li- " ^^V-:'.''y:--. 

The seats- currently belong lo'- Ed Haley, 
Bruce Jablonski. dirt Glover. Phyllis Zora 
andRoyPomrening. i "^ >. :„- 

Pomrening was appointed in Januiary lb 1 
replace the Jim.Qucdcnfeld, ,who.-passed 
(ConUnaed 00 Filge lOA) . 



Antioch Resque Squad members hold up q canoe at the Annua) Chicken Bar-B*Que 
Picnic and Auction sponsoried by the Antioch Lions Club. The canoe, ;dorMited by 
Dan Dugenske, sold for $425r The Aug* 1 1 ducttdn raised niore thaii $30,000, which 
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Bike-A-Thon 

Mayor Ray Toft will be Ihe chairman of ah 
Antioch bikjc-a-thon sponsored by St. Jiide 
Children's Research Hospital. 
■ Toft .will seek co-workers, riders and spon- 
so!^ for the St. Jude Wheels for Life Bike-A- 
Thon, scheduled for Sept 28..^ 

Proceeds will help to support the children's 
hospital, located in Memphis, Tcnn., which 
treats children^ who have been struck with 
diseases, such as leukemia. • 

It- is estimated that the hospital spends 
$20,000 to care for one Jeulfemia patient for 
one year. At this lime, St. Jude's treats about 
2,300 children who ha ve leukemia. 

The hospital to date has' treated about 
10,000 child patients without charge. 



An Antioch man was freed on bond after 
being charged with the iheft and delivery of 
thousands of tranquilizers and birth control 
pills with ari estimated combined street 
value of $25;0OQ. ' 

Charles- Christopher Cole, 26, of 43398 N. 
Park Terrace, was arrested in Countryside, 
a southwest Cook County suburb, by in- 
vestigators from the Illinois Department of 
Slate Police, Division of Criminal In* 
vcstigation. , • 

Cole sold the birth control pills and the 
tranquilizers. Lorazcpan^a drug used to 
relieve anxiety, lo undercover agents for. 
$8,000, a state police spokesman said. . 

Cole was arrested in a motel parking lot, at 
10:45 a.m. nn Aug. 6 af ier selling agents 2,400 



packets of birth control pills and 1,700 
Lorazcpam pills. 

Cole faces ah Oct. 3 preliminary hearing in 
Cook County Branch Court, the spokesman 
said. - . 

The spokesman said Cole is a salesman for 
a national'drug manufacturer, but declined 
to identify the company. 

A Chicago drug wholesaler notined 
authorities about Cole and investigators con- 
tacted him for the sale, thcspokesman said. 

The spokesman said the drugs were sam- 
ples to be. distributed to clients and doctors. 
But Cole allegedly sold, instead of gave 
away, the drug samples to customers and 
falsified conipany records. 



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' President Vcm Burdick of the Antioch Z Rental. Antioch and Jo Wohlfcil, Antioch. 
Volunteer Firemen's Association thanks all Mrs. Gillehgerten, Antioch; Mrs. 
-thoso~who-suR>ortcd-the-t985-Slrect-Dancer— Vantloeckerr-Antiochi— Erickson-SewingT 
This year's dance attendance and inconie Antioch; Country Housfe, Antioch; Rudy 
exceeded all previous years. A Big thanks Holub, Chicago; Mr. Tabaka, Chicago; 
froni the members of the association goes to Rdbcrt Bell. Antioch; Mr. Strang. Antioch; 
all the "merchant s who supported this annual Bca Sevcik, Chicago; Don Mentonc, Antioch; 
through t heir ddnatious ^i nd— Ralph-Guss crson . A ntinc h ; Jer-R a y ^-Club 



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The winners for 1985 were: Richard JoJlin. 
Chicago; Kevin Lyons.. Antioch; Marge 
LaParri Antioch: Vault Restaurant. An- 
tioch;. M.; Niemczyk. Antioch; Keller 



Bristol; .Robert Svboda. Antioch; Mrs. 
Swehson- Antioch and M.J: Pederson,~An^ 
jUoch, , • . • , ' ■ 

^^Thjniijfidsi*alsbd'by-lhc-annual-evcnt:ar<rr 
used to iilurchasc extra equipment, material . 
and supplies not allocated in the regular 
budget. Over the past, years projects com- 
pleted by the association include vehicle 






Healing;"Antibch;;"TedAxenrAntipch;^Jr^renovaiions. interior work^ 

Oclker,'. Antioch; Bob Biappi,'"AntiOch; Mrs. van. outfitting of brush trucks and interior^ 

Ross. Antioch; Antioch Electric. Antioch; A- : items for the fire station. 





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The Office of the Regioqaa^^-Mnislrativ^ ;^ecvl<J^.will be 
Juperintendent; of i Schodls'^ jirovided by'the-Omce^bf the ' 



: has just re(^eived notification 
from the Illinois State Board 
of Education of approval and . 
..funding ifor twostate grants. 

:T^ Vlmproving 

Basic Skills in Reading: : A 
Problem-Solving /Approach 
-Across the Curriculum'*, is a '^ 
. staff development model to 
assist: high schools and 
elementary schools improve 
the quality of basics in- 
struction qI reading across 
the curriculum: .- 

The training will infuse the 
research on critical thinking 
and problem ' solving to 
enable .^trained, teachers to 
improve the quality of basic 
skills instruction. - 

The funding of $37,000 will 
he utilized for training 
consultants, materials, 
substitute salaries ^'and; 
evaluation. The ad- 



Cdrrection 

The hours and telephone 
number for medical care for 
adults and children; at the 
Lake .County Health'Dept's 
10th St. Medical 'Building, 
701 lOth St., North Chicago, . 
were incorrecUy^stated in an , 
earlier— release., ..The 
telephone number for an ai>-y 
pointment for . the* family 
practice or thd pediatric 
clinics is (312) 689^27^ 
*-*-Jietirs are: FamilyPractice 
(Adults or children)^ Mon- 
days 1-4 p.m. and Fridays 9 
a.m;^^- noon; Pediatrics 
(Chiiaren only), Wed- 
nesdays 9 a.m.- noon. 



Regional Superihtendeht of 
Schools;.. -v\ ; 

The second project, 
••Truants Alternative 
Program; ; ( TAP > i has been 
funded for $95,000. The bb- 
jeclives of the TAP program 
are to;' 1) -develop a - 
prevention program in -the 
; eiemenlary grades^ ,2) in-^ 
crease school fitteiMlance, 3): 
increase coordihiatibn bf^ 
truancy services, 4).increase > 
awareness of . truancy, 
alternatives ' available ,. to 
-school staff vand 5) increase 
community awareness of 
truancyaltematives. 

The. need for this support 
service is evident in 
•statistics submitted to this 
of f ice by Lake'County scJibol 
districts,' The truancy rate 
exceeds 16 percent and the 
reported chronic truants, 
those children absent from 
school io out of 40 ~con- 
secutive days, exceeds 3 
percent.'; 

~The major goal of the 
project is : to develop , a . 



prevention model to be. used_ 
;" in the early gfad^ as well as 
an early : Intervention 
conrjpqnent.vvAt, present, 
there Is no coordinated effort 
r^n '.Tiake - Cblintyri between 
institutions that most relate 
- to truancy ;^the school, the 
.fanailjK.atf^ services. 

As a : result'^ of /this ■ funding, 
this: cobrdination^ will "be 
developed and implemented. 
■ , Sybil^V^astrow, ' assistant 
superintehdeht, will be., 
administering both of these 
projects. . 

Dining Guide 

The good eating spots, 
whether you're in a hurry, 
seeking family dining or out 
for gourmet ..food for that 
.•'special occasion," are 
featured weekly in Lakeland 
Newspapers. ^ :■:,-=: ' 



_ Amundsen _ High .School: 
Class of January 1955 will 
hold its 30th Reunion on 
• Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 
28 and 29. The school is 
Io<»ted at 5U0 Damen Ave.: 
inChicago. v 

Accor&ng to organizers, 
the 30th Class Reunion 
. weekend ..begins with a 
dinner-dance, in suburban 
Lake Forest, Saturday at 
6:30 p.m., at the Lake; Forest 
Ciub. Thfe weekend- event 
concludes Sunday in 
Harrington at Lake 
Barrihgton Shores; There 
will be a family get-together 
in the complex's recreation 
room beginning at 1 p.m. 

The search is on to Hnd 
missing classmates who live 
in air parts of the United 
States. Anyone with in^ 



formatioh^should:, .contact 
Jerry Shields, (312) 477-4100. 
Tfie missing dassmiales 
are: Donna Anderson- 
Koenlg, Bob Bower. Rod 

.Bowman, Joan Brandt- 
Nelson, Donald Cameron, 
Carole Cross, .M^ly^i^ 
Glasser.x Philip Gustafson, 

^Art Hammermeister, Arlene 
Hougeson;' Barbara Irons- 

. Doenecke, Arlene Johnsm; '.: 
Nancy >,Kanas' and , Ronald ' 
Kick. ■' ■ ^ - 

" Erika .. Kunzel, Richard., 
Kvidera,- Richard - Lyon, 
David Miller, David Nusser,' ' 
Eugene Parks, Patricia 
Regal, Andy Schindewolf, 
Don Schustek, Walter 
Schwab, Kenneth Shearer, ' 
Sunny Streed-Jaster, Louis 
Wagner- and, Margaret 
Wheeler-Eckman. 



. The Lake Forest Graduate 
School of j^ Management, 
located pn the Sbuth'Campus 
of lake Fbrest::Cbllege, is 
now. accepting ' appUcatioits 
fbrthis fall's MSM (Master 
of Scierk^ 'in Management) 
program;';'-'.- ^i'.; ■-:':■. X :■■.■ ' . ■ 
■ The fully accredited MSM 
prtgrannrbegUiriingSepi; 2o, 
is , based ; bn:;\ teaching 
manaeleiiient: skills to 
technlcaVpntfessfonal spec- 
'^ists ,su^:!iut-*aigiJiiKrs or 
accountants,'- '-^ ^ 

The MSM, a weekend 

.prpgram^; (s j& -planned 

C se^iiciiite = ; bf 20 courses 

Aiesi^ed tb^be completed in 

two years. Classes meet over 

a series-; of Friday aiid 

Saturday sessions. >/ 

r- For moreinformation, call 

the Director ;of Admissions 

at the School Betsy Gcisler 

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A , 25-year-bld McHenry;; woman who 
reported she was raped Aug. 10 hMfAntioch 
appomiUy knew, the man who abducted her 
in a i^taurant parking lot, aiid later' raped 
her in her caifoh a gravel road off of west Rt. 

i^T%ywei^*treal^cIq(» friends; but she's 
kmrwn KUn fw at^leasi': said 

Willie. Smith; deputy chlef^of investigations 
of theLakeCounfySherifrspepartnient. 
-:^ Smith said: investigatore^ a trj^ng i to 
determine If the rape occurred. 

Smith said , the woman was abducted at 
8:40 p.m. and released at 6 a.m.. He said the 
man fell asleep in the car after the rape next 
-to :the>roman,,who said she pretended to be 



: The: woman reported the man hid fn her 
station wagon after she left if for a few 
minutes to make a phone call to la friend from 

V Weasel's Itestaureaht, Rt 173, eastbf First 
Ave. : She iaipparently was ', oh her way to 

.. Struggles Restaurant, Rtes. 173ahd 59. 
. When she rMurned to her station wagon in 
the parking lot at abiwt 
popped up frbih the rear seat, pressed a , 
switch blade ^knife agahist her back and 

-ordered her to drive but of the lot : : 

Het then directed her to turn north on a 
gravel road, after driving west on Rt 173 for 
afewftiinutes. : v 

The ^yoman then was ordered to clinib over 
the front seat into the rear seat, wbere she 
reported the rape occurred. - 



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Lee G. Lovetl; ai;Washington, D.C.-based 

attorney^ charged with his involvement with 

a complex payoff scheme in Fox Lake, was 

. found guil^ on^twb clurges of.mail fraud 

late MMiday night 1 ; 

The seven:Womeh and five-men jury 
acquited Lovett on four,xounts of bribery 
conspiracy and Interstate' travel violation 
-charges. He now faces up to a maximum 
tenh'Of 10 years in prison and a fine up to 
$2,000; He will be sentencecd on Oct. 3. : ; 

Lovett would have faced a maximum of 30- 
years in jprison and a up to a $42,000 fine if 
found guilfy on all charges. /■ 

' Lovettwaschargedwithsettingupa com- 
plex; pay^f scheme in }980 allegedly to get 
the Fm Lake Village Board to approve a 
long-term franchise contract with US Cable 
ofLatwCflunty. '/. .-..,.■,-....■■,-■•.. 

In the alleged scheme, Lovett gave former 
Fox Lcdie MayorRichani Ilamm and former 
Fox Lake trustee Richard Gerretsen each a 2 





percent ownership in US Cable of Lake Coun- 
ty' for steering the board to award a cable 
television franchise to the company; apd a 1 
percent ownership to McHenry accountant 
Kurtis Borre for hiding the ownership of the 
village officials. ' . V 

The 5 percent ownership is estimated to he 
worth $250,000. _ 

The village board selected US Cable in a 6- ' 
.Ovptei. r' 

Hanun, Gerretsen and Borre have already ; 
pleaded guilty to their in the cable TV payoff. ' 
Their sentencing has been ptstpon^ . pen- 
ding their testimony against others involved 
in the alleged bribe scheme. : 

Former Fox Lake village trustees Jean^^ 
Berdnick and Ronald Prosser testified last 
week that they were ' unaware of - the in-, 
volveraent of Hamm and Gerretsen, or of the 

. firm's offer of local .ownership. 

: Lovettalso was instrumental in getting US 
Cable franchises approved^ in Antioch and. 

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The $1 million rehabilitation of a two-mile 
strip of Grass Laite Road is expected to be 
complete by September, said a spolcesman of 
the Lake County Highway Department, 
which is funding the five-month project, : 

But for now motorists can expect tp sec 
men and women holding signs signaling 
them to stop or (0 pass slowly while sweaty 
workers at. three areas of the strip work in 
unison to get^ the job done. 

"This is one of the county's biggest projec- 
ts,*' said Martin Buehter. supt, of highways 
for Lake County, adding that the west end of 
the road, which vt^as built in the i950s, i£ one 
of the "more rugged" roads in Ihecountyc:- 



The roajd improvemejit project includes: 
—road resurtacirig' and . pavement ' of v 
shoulders • . 

— extei^ion of the side stop^ to shorten the 

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—\x)s^s^\2^lQn of guard fails along the more 
steepdrops ;. 

—installation of gabbions Uarge rocks in a 
wire basket) to prevent further erosion by 
thebridgc : 
—drainage improvements 

_ The general contractor for the prbjoct. is 
Peter Baker, of Lake Bluff. Sub-contractors 
arc Glulh Brothers, Inc., of Woodstock and 
Bergcr Escavating. 




PofafoBS 

Fonrner Antioch Mayor Murrill Cunnlnghom shoves off two huge red lake potatoes 
Ke grew in his garden this summer at his home on North Street: Cunnlnghonn has 
donated three and one-half bushels of potatoes ..this ye^r to the Jee^Hive 
Restaurant where he often dines. 




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Gontirlues 

The summer Music in the 
Parle series continues on 
Friday, Aug. 16, featuring 
the sounds of "Love, on a 
Summer's Evening: The 
Music of Richard Rogers," ; 
performed by ; the vocal 
group; Broadway Unlimited. 



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Dm on in^ % ■ irl^^"*?' presents-That Special Touch Fashion Show" of 2 

<^fsdiu^V^\^L:^^ *^^ *=^"*«''- '^^^ show will feature "Bock 

-ad^^f^^^ I clothes. w,lj, students from -the center as models as well ds 

^^ Frank lb Gn^^^"' '"^ <=°P»2^367-q707. Models shown from left ore. Emily 

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Selections "^'^ from 

Oklahoma!,". "South 

Pacific," "The; Sound of.' 

Music," "CarouseI,"and 

"Flower Drum Song" will be 

■featured. ^-'^: \,- "^ . --"'j^^-v:,: .'• 

The concert is free to the 
public and will be presented 
on Friday, Aug._l6,.at_7:30_ 
p.m. in Cook Park, 



, Ed Larson, a LibertyyiUe 
res]deat| has .;aGh|eye4 
national ; acdaim foi^-his 
.interpretation of the folk art 
medium; His :. whimsical 

o whirligigs have a'^tMJgu^ih- 
cheek satirical message, 
often political. Picture qiiilts 
of his design relate folk 
history and relay personal 
mes^ges. Primative^ 
paintings and Larson's newr 
prints complete the body of ^ 

. work.-.' 

Good For Business ' 

"The hometown Lakeland 
Newspapers offer the most, 
comprehensive- coverage of ; 
local business of any 
available publication, 
another reason why reading . 
this- paper -regularly makes 
sense. 



;■, the" David Adler Cu]h.^nl^l 

■:forthctartotonOcuff?i^^ 
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The good eaUngsDob'^l 
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?^ family dining or^r 
for gwrnnet food for tha 
"special occasion." are 

feaUired weekly in Lakeland 
Newspapers. 








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Bibllcal^ranttno : 

AxiyiMpe!yApwaM like to Imow about how Bible teachings 
can help in the parenting of a family or who would like to join - 
ttie women of lakeland Bible F^ellowship for a 12-wedc video 
tape:s^niiiar entitled ''God's Blueprint Tcnr Biblical Paren-' 
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hold ageneral meeting at 8 p.m.. on Friday, Aug. 23, at the 
Mundelein Holiday Inn. For infocall (312)249-5383. 

Images In Color 

ItieDavidAidDla-Cultivalbenter announces the exhibition. 
"Imags. In Color.*' featuriqg paintings by Adrienne 
Aardosodi-Nibaa Deitch, and Carol Shapiro. The ezhibiUaa 
win open with a xcceptioo for the artiste OD SepL 14. f roni 5 to 
8 pm: Viewliig brarB'are Tuesday through 1 to 4 

pim: :tlMiMg}i''jOct 'lO.: The Center is located at 1700 N.i 
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will be going to a barbequc and pontoon prty at G p.m! on 
Saturday. Aug. 17 at a member's house. For further in- . 
formation, call Ray at (312) 526^5934 or Barb at (312) 381-a972. 
-TberPboenlx Group is for separated or divorced persons^ 
Regular mecUngs are.at 7:30 p.m. on the first and third 
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Lake; wiU beboklii^ a Bible class from 9'li:30a.m., Aug:i^ 
23, for grades one through sixi For more information, call 
Pastor Bob Armitageat (312) 54&S231. 

Swreet Adelines : 

The Riverpbet Chorus Sweet Adelines meet at 7 p.m.. 
Mondays, at SL Paul'5_ljui»ranjn«jri^. Vnion. Grove., All „ 
area ladies interested in ^ifglfig fpur-parl harmony bar-. ^ 
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Harjf¥atd Mosgnm and Greenfield Village 
inDeazl»ni, HiclL, despite the popdlat "No 
Sboes. No Shirt, No Service." sign.' It didn't 
apply in the museorn, 'cause Beck; Barefoot 
was our waHdiig guide through these endless 
.. "ifisidays. u: . . . 

Becky Barefoot is their knowledgsdite pulic 
. r^tiaasmasager. With 14 acres under roof, 
the cfisplays seem to go oa forever.. Jm> ooe 
could know it alL Becky is modest in 
dKclaiming detailed knowledge, but her 
overview projecled more than at casual 
visitor can absorb. 

Henry Ford, the originator, had the mar- 
velous foresig^ to be interested in preser- 
vii^ artifacts not usually found in museums' 
and had the finances to make it a reality. 

Henzy Ford Museum is the most visited 
mtna^tim in the country except for the 
.Smithsonian. "Competing, with 'the 
Smithsonian's free admission makes it 
hard," said Becky. "We offer a chronol(«ical 
^ overview of bow America, changed from a 
rural to an industrial society. The displays 
trace a period form the 1700s to the 19505." ^ 

Greeofiekl vniage, adjacent to the Henry 

Ford Museum, is the outdoor phase of this 

- coUectioa. Here on the 240 acres, Ameiican 

history comes to life in restored and ap- 

propriatdy fumisbed buildings. 




Even the staf P'are clothed for a particular 
period. They are trained craftsmen per- 
forming traditional technic|ues with glass, 
pottery, tools and agri culture. Greenfield 
takes visilors back in time and they return to 
the 20th century with a new understanding of 
ournation's progress. 

All this is just a waUc from the I>eart>om 
Inn. one of world's first air conditioned air- 
port hotels. Built in 1931, it was to ac- 
commodate crews and passengers on the 
famous old Ford Tri-motor planes, which did 
for aviatioQ what the Model-T did for 
automobiles. 

The inn is no*" o*Tied by the Ford Motor 
Company. Elach room is different in size and 
furnishings. Five colonial homes behind the 
Dearborn Inn have rental rooms.and depict 



18th and 19lh century historical hoosii^ 
OriginaJly Ford plaroEied 3S homes but WWII 
demands left them with only five in 1337 
vben the armament race began. 

There are now 179 ^est rooms of various 
sizes on the Deartwn Inii grounds, carefully 
fiOTUsbed from earlier periods. The 
Metropolitan Detroit Visitars Bureau has in- 
formation on these three interesting stops. A 
request to theni'at 100 Renaissance Cfenter. 
Suite 1950. 4S243. will bring an informational 
cross sectioo for trip planning. Or call the 
exhibits direct, 800^35-2246. 

Another Detroit special is the availability 

of rental cruisers with crew, for visitors. 

.business jneetings and cel^rants of special 

occasions. Located on Lake SL Clair, about 

. 10 minutes from downtown Detroit, there is 

limo service to and from the docks: 

Charters are a half day minimum, the; 
crew does all the rest, getting to whatever 
destination chosen - cruise, fishing, business , 
meeting, sightseeing - they work it out for the 
customer. Our short run was on a spankin' 
new 33 foot luxury cniiser with every_con-„ 
venience, includiiig the cabin's seestlwough. 
glatLs stem \i^-all and sliding doors. Here 
again, the Tourism Office will furnish 
details. 

Greece will be one of the ports visited by an 
estimated 6.4 million Americans traveling 
Europe this year. However, since the hi- 
jacking of TWA's flight M7. and U.S. Govcnv 
ment warnings, there has been some reluc- 
tance 10 schedule the Helenic Isles in planned 
tours or as a des Una ti on. 

Athens has beefed up airport security to 
the point that visitors question the number of 
protective troops and inquire; Why? They 
are informed, it is Greece's intent.to provide" 
all the protection requested. Extra troops do. 
not always reinforce the feeling of tourist 
safety.. .sometimes they cause added con- 
cern. 

Americans constitute about seven percent 
of the Isles visiting tourists, Ijut provide close 
to 18 percent of the tourism income. We are 
lodced upon as "big spenders". 

In general, Greece feels a closene^ to 
Chicagoland because, as one representative 
said, Chicago has the third largest Greek 
population of any city in the world„.first, of 
course, is Athens. Nikos Skoulas, Secy. Gcnl. 
of Greek Tourism, extended a personal in- 
vitation to Chicagobnd travelers. Details 
are available from the local Greek Tourism 
office at 168 N. "Michigan, Chicago 60601, or 
(312 1 782-1064. 

Free i^itand hopping and new air ser\ice to 
the little known Aegean Islands will be of- 
fered by the national tourist organization this 
year, as an added incentive. 



Raijfan 

Remember rumbling 
^dmm the streets of Chicago, 
hanging onto the straps of a 
, crowded streetcar, perhaps 
a "Green Hornei"? Or can 
you recall the Electroliner, 
gh'dlng around the Loop 
elevated before streaking 
north to Milwaukee? 

Nostalgic talk about 
streetcars, ■ intelnirbans or 
steam engines is fine while 
reminiscing . or playing 
Trivial Pursuit But why not 
give someone, the op;- 
poriunity to experience them 
first hand and to rekindle 
some fine memories? 

All this and more is ■ 
possible at 'the Illinois 
Railway Museum. 60 miles 
northwest of Chicago in 
Union, ni. 

Over' the Labor Day 
Weekend, Aug. 31-Sept 2, 
the museum will hold it's an- 
nual Railfan Weekend. 
Three to five trains will be in 
operation each ~ day,""with" 
various items of the 
Museum's 220 piece collec- 
Uon being brought into ser- 
vice. Several steam trains . 
will be nm Sunday and Mon- 
day. Electric and diesel 
trains will also operate. 

Visitors may board the 
trains at the 1831 Depot for a 
six-mile roundtrip ride on 
the mainline or at various. 
points along' the trolley loop < 
for a one-mile ride. '. 

The museum's collection 
of 50 Chicago street railway 
c^rs is as extensive and com- 
plete a collection as exists 
for any city. This reputation 
has recently been enhanced 
by the CTA's donation of a 
long rumored, and how con- 
firmed group of five historic 
streetcars. 



The oldest is anl8S9 horse 
carbeloogiing to "the North; 
Chicago Street Railway 
from a time_ when hor-. 
sepower really .ra&ant: 
"HORSE" power. . H!any 
cars have been restored to 
service, restoration on some 
continues, while other cars, 
in" the collection .^are stored 
on over a mile of track inside 
five large car barns on, the 
museum's 56-acre site. 

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public;: especially raiUa^ 
and train buffs. Many el«; 

:tricc^willnmSalunlaT 
and diesels and steaj 
engmes on Sunday. Last 
year, three; steam engines 
were in operation at once. 



The museum grounds open 
at 11 a.m. and v'tsibrs are 
welcome to use the picnjc 
facilities and explore the 
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American ; Internatibnal 
Hospital is celebrating a 
^clecadelopg commitment to 
'^ excellence that has resulted 
in the hospital emerging as 
one of the leading com- 
munity hospitals in. the 
UnitedStates. . 

National recognition 
comes in many forms such 
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■'. The Joint Commission for. 
the Accreditation ''^of 
Hospitals (the national 
organization .that inspects 
hospitals) this year gave 
American International 
Hospital (AlH) the highest 
' pcEsiblc accreditation for six 
consecutive years. Very few 
hospitals in the country earn 
this recognition for such a 
long period of lime. 

. Richard J. Stephenson, 
chairman of the board of 
directors, noted that when 
the accreditation team 
nnlshcd their examination of 
230 different criteria, thoy 
applauded - a_ surprjsejl 
~ hospital staff for performing 
such outstanding work. The 
team also said that the 
nutrition program of^AIH 
should become the standard 
forall hospitals in America. 

. Stephenson in a recent 
tallc r evealed that because of 
its excellence, the Zion 
Medical Center has the 
lowest medical malpractice 
premiums in the IS-slale 
Midwest area. 



^_ ; . During^tbe fast four of the 
fiv^'^rears it managed AIH 

' from 1975: to 1380, Hospital 

. Affiliates ' International 
rated it the number one 
hospital measured by high 
quality assurance stan- 

. dards. * 

Millions of-dollars ,have 

. tx:en invested in state-of- 
the-art medical technology 
and prof^sional staff, from 
accounting and 

.liousekeeping to nursing and 
physicians. 

The hospital laboratory, 
for example, has grown in 
ItVyears from a few hundred 
square feet and a small staff, 
to a score of degreed 
technical people in 
thousands of square feet. 
Thcr staff is performing 
sophisticated diagnostic and' 
research work with highly 
advanced equipment, some 
of which can only be found 
elsewhere in tax supported 
university teaching and 
research hospitals. This 
instrumentation . performs 
analyses quickly and in 
great detail. :.' 

In 10 years, the American 
International, nursing staff 
development has resulted in 
80 percent of its staff uilh 
advanced degrees. Many 
_morc.haveadditional special 
training. 

As an extra ticnefit to 
patients, a nurse is assigned 
to patients to be their -ad- 
vocate while in the hospital. 



The nursing staff also 
follows up on' patient 
recovery after patients leave 
the^ hospital aiding . the. 
families to handle both 
emotional and medical 
problems after the patient is 
home. 

While AIH b a general 
community hospital to treat 
anything from bad colds of; 
broken bckies to surgery or 
emergency, room needs, it 
has many areas of national 
reputation. 

Physicians and hospitals 
from other areas consult 
frequently with AIH in on- 
cology (cancer) because it is 
recognized for being able to 
combine the best- of- 
traditional and modern' 
medicine to heal patients:'- '\ 

American International is 
. a leader for the diagnosis of 
male sexualdysf unci ion, a 
problem that Effects at least 
10 percent of all adult males 
and one that usually can be 
cured after' proper 
diagnosis - = 

AIH is widely approved as 
a cardiovascular center and 
is well known as a' leading 
hospital in the use -of 



nutrition to help prevent and 
to treat illness. 

The Chicago College of 
bstebpathic Medicine 
recently established a 
teaching affiliation with 
AIH. the Lake County in- 
stitution is also a teaching 
facility in the field of^ 
podiatry .whose dean Is 
-former president of the 
American Podiatric 



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AIH also offers ; the 
community many free and 

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"Pied Piper," an original 
musical written and directed 
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presented at the Historic 
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25. •-■ 

The culmination of tKe 
Genesee Theatre's Summer 
Woritshop, the familiar story 
of the 'Stranger who 
mysteriously takes away an 
entire. town's population of 
chiltfatei^v Is . retold in Ji . 
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,YMCA in Mundelein is 
tHJglnnlng, ils new School's 
Out Program on Aug. 26. 
School's Out is a program of 
supervised activities for 
children of working parents., 
based on National YMCA 
guidelines. 

Aclivilies such as arts and 
crafts, games, youth sports, 
-=Bpccial projects, movies will- 
" follow monthly themes. 

Time is set aside for those. 

. wishing to start on 

homework. Nutritional 

snacks are also provided. 

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the YMCA at (312) af4W)06O. 
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Included in the versatile 
music especially composed 
for this production is "The 
Happy Hat Rag," "Council 
Chamber Cha-Cha," 
"Mayor's March" and a 
spirited ballad, "Hamlin 
.•Town."- 

The 35 young people, 
ranging in age from eight to 
.16, . participating in' the : 
.workshop.,, have studied r 
theatre froni the ground up 
for the last-twormonths and 
have experienced the ttasics 
of creating a theatrical 
production, from acting to 
set construction. 

Each performance Will he 
preceded by a theatre organ 
concert on the newly 
restored Genesee Barton 
Pipe Organ. 

"Pied Piper" will be 
presented Friday. Aug. 23. 
Saturday, Aug. 24 at 7:30 
p.m. and Sunday Aug. 25 at^ 
p.m. It is produced in 
association with the Cultural 
Art^ Assn., The Waukegan 
branch of the Ammerican 
Assn. of University Women, 
the Waukegan^ Park Dist. 
-(Jack^Benny=Center)- and 
partially supported by a 
grant from ttie Waukegan 
Area Arts Council in con- 
Junction with the Illinois 
Arts Council, a state agency. 

Tickets are $4 for adults 
and $2.50 for students and 
seniors, For tickets or in- 



formation, please\cali the. 
theatre box office at (312) 
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to participate in the Warren 
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Ciiach Kattner at 8 a.m: on 
Monday, Aug. 19 hi the boy's 

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will be lield forthe Warren. 

Twp. High School Soccer 
program will l>e held at a 
a.m. on Monday, Aug. 19. All 
boys who are_. interested 
should report to Coach Wen- 
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by Pat De Angelis 
• Question - What role does diet and exercise 
play for the diabetic paUent* 

Answer : Diet and exercise play a very key 
role in treating both. 1^ I and Type H 
diabetes. ■ , . r 

There have been^seyeral new findings for 
the treatment of this disease in the last five 
years. One of the major changes has Y>eeh in 
the dose prescribed. Diabetic diets formerly 
were very low in Carbohydrate and high in 
protein and fat. 

The most acceptable diabetic diet now con- 
sists of approximately 50 percent of daily 
calories from complex carl>ohydrates such 
as vegetables,' fruits, and dried b^ns in- 
cluding lentils and peas. The other 50 percent 
of daily calories should be from easily 
digested animal . protein foods and fats. 
Refin^ or processed carbohydrate foods 
should be eliminated for all diabetics. 

Type I diabetics, formerly called juvenile 
diabetics, affects more than a million people 
in the U.S. This disease indicates the pan- 
creas has stopped producing the insulin 
necessary to metaboHzedietary glucose intd" 
■ body cells for energy utilization. This type 
. needs daily insulin injections to survive. 
• New advance are improving the methods 
of insulin. injection over the standard daily 
(often several times a day) injections. 

Type II, formerly called adult-onset 
diabetes, usually strikes people over 40 who 
often are over-weight and under-exercised. 
This type of diabetes indicates the pancreas 
is functioning abnormally by producing an 
insufficient amount of insulin or the t>ody is 
unable to use the insiilin that it produces. ' 
Approximately- ten. million people iii the 
> U.S. have type II diabetes and many (maybe 
up to one^half ) of these people are unaware 
and not off icially diagnosed. This type often 
can be treated with diet and oral drugs. 

Dr. James Anderson of the University of 
Kentucky states he can get the majority of 
Type II diat)etic& off insulin and can reduce 



the need for insulin by a third for'iype I 
diabetics with diet and exercise programs. 
The diet can pld in accepting.and utilizing the 
insulin that is produced by the pancreas; 

His diet requires less insulin for the sugar 
utiliition tlian the average American diet. 
Regular daily exercise and activity with the 
properly l^gulated calorie and food group 
diet aids again in insulin at>sorption and 
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Pat DeAngells is a nutrition therapist at 
American International Hospital,. Zion, 
Readers with questions about the food and 
liquid they consume are invited to address 
questions to Pat D's Nutrition Today. 
Lakeland Newspapers. P.O. Box 268,. 
Grayslake. III. 60030. 



It lias been shown that obesity interfere 
with cellular absorption of insulin, therefore 
increasing blood sugar levels. Exercise 
should be moderate and can be gradually in- 
creased to effectively aid in cardio-vascular 
circulation. 

Most physicians are now recommending 
blood. sugar levels between 80 milligrams 
and 120 milligrams on a continued liasis. This 
is'a tighter control that can be accomplished 
t}ecause of advancf^^n blood sugar 
measuring systems. Because of this tighter 
control the effects of diet and exercise are 
very. noticeable on an individual basis. . 

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• All boys who are planning 
to participate in the Warren 
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^Country program should 
'repprt to Coach Ariola at 8 
a.ni. on Monday, Aug. i9 in 
tlie boy 's locker room . 



Harold: Dwiggins; and 
Carol Dwiggins, 36097 Grand 
Oakes. Gurnee, won first 
place in their section in the 
Silver Trophy Pairs, Flight 
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pionship^ In . which 1,812 
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The contest was among 
seven North American 
Championships, -^-12— fesser- 
lille races and 70 other even- 
ts whT$:h drew ll.OOO players 
to ten days of coippctition.' 

Card players of every 
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find a winner for the 1985. 
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pon squads in the Midwest who participated in the annual Allstate Open Pom Pon 
Competition held at Wisconsin Stote Fair Aug. 4; The squad competed in front of 
about 26,000 spectators. Pictured on the bottom row {left) are Eva Gerritsen, Gret- 
chen Dvorak, Dana Ward, Michelle White, Christe Cermok and Wendy Wals. Mid- 
dle row (left) are Karen Hoft Becky Allen, Mary Czapiewski, Christie Fruhwirth, 
(.aurie Paddock, Cindy Morris and Lori Ruggles. Top row (left) are Tammy Princing, 
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uway in November. His seal is the unexpired 
Iwo-yearterm. 
All members except Glover have taken out 
• petitions from one of the four district schools. 
The schools are Anlioch Lower Grade 
School. Antioch Upper Grade School. Petty 
WC Elementary School and Oakland Grade 
School 

Four seats on the Emmons Grade School 
Board arc up for election, which are four- 
year terms. 
:<:^They Ijelong to Ann Kaiser. Pam Picrson. 



Alice Gantar and Richard Huck. Seven 
petitions are out for the positions, including 
ones for board members Picrson, Gantar 
landRuck. 

Five scats will expire on the, Grass Lake 
School Board. Four are four-year terms and 
"one is an unexpired two^yearterm.' 

The seats belong to Wayne Cramer. Judy 
Hansen. Robert Mattson. Mary Beth Walsh 
and Jane Zeglcr. All have indicated they will 
seek re-election. .- 

Eleven petitions have been takcn.out from 
the school;, — — " 




Helping The Parks 



.Antioch Mayor Ray Toft and Parks tJrtd Recreation Director Glenda Tomoschlik 
happily accept_a check for $500 from Ray Edwards. The money was for the Parks 
and Recreotion Dept. from the Masonic Lodge of Antioch. — Photo by Peter Gill. 



Antioch 

Varsity football practices 
began Aug. 12. They will hin 
daily from 7:30 a.m. to 11:30 
a.m., break for lunch and 
resume from 12:30 p.m. to 
2:30 p.m. Sixty-six can- 
didates showed up for 
practice Monday. A physical 
must be completed before 
beginning practices. 

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Now in its second year, the 
award competition seeks 
businesses that best 
demonstrate creativity and 
entreprenfeurial skill in 
meeting the challenges 
faced by -Chicago's small 
business community. The 
winner of the award will be 
honored, through its chief 
executive officer, at an 
awards dinner on December 
5. The dinner will bo at- 
tended by the 50 ftnatists in 
thecompetiton. 

The initial evaluation of 
nominees will be made by 
graduate students in the 
university's entrepreneurial 
studies area. After the 
students narrow the list to SO 
finalists, a selection . com- 
mittee will choose the 
winner of theaward. 

— Tfiis year's committee 
includes Andy McKenna. 
former chairman of the 
Chicago Cubs and president 
of Schwa rz Paper Co.: I>r 
Ralph Wcslfall. dean of the 
University of Illinois al 
Chicago College of Business 
Administration. David 
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Ten Years Ago: AijgusfCl3|f97 

Antioch resident F.James^Lumber announced thai he wan- 
U to be the Democratic candidate for U^. Congressman Ihp 
post now held by Robert McCloryVR-UkcBluff. Lumber said 
he would become a candidate. wllh: or, without the rccom 
mendalion of the Lake County *Dcmbcratic Parly's Can^ 
didates Search Comrnillce. d group of about 30 prccinclmeii 
who make recommendations to the party's committeemen 

A chock for $2,500 was presented by Bill Yucas, of ihc 

Lions Club, to Bob Yanca,. the owner of Smiley's Comer 

tavern. Yanca won first prize at a Lions' Club picnic. He had 

his choice of $2,500. a new Chevrolet, DodgV, Ponliac or Ford. 

-onrtripto^l»aristindRbmeplus51-,200.— — r- 

Anlioch youngsters are invited to create a "Biccritcnnial 
Them Coslume*'for the Midnight Madness celebration, spwi. 
sored by the Chamber of Commerce. . V 

Thirty Years Ago: August 16, 1955 

The village board sal in special session Indiscussioriofa 
three-way problem, concerning drainage. W.H. Curais of 
Ucpot St.. owner of land on North Ave, is compaining ihal 
Max llorwitz. subdivider.of Oakwobd Knolls, ischanneling 
water of flood proportions along the south side of North Ave. 
onto his land. *. 

Anlioch Town.ship collector J ohii L. Koran has banked to 
date more than $250,000 from collection of taxes and has paid 
to various b(xlies $1 56.500 to provide for their current needs in 
view of late collections. •; . ■ . r^'i: - !''. ''vj; 

Antioch's first open air sacred concert will be given by the ' ^i 
Community band and the Community chorus at 7 p.m. Sun-^ ll 
day al the band stand, Brodway al Orchard Street. Dedicated 
to Ihc 'glory of God," the concert to which everybody is in- 
vited is destined to l)c an annual event; ; ' . '.' . 



Fifty Years Ago: August 15, 1935^'. 

Thiriyeighi husky giants, averaging more than 200 pounds 
IK-rman; one motor cfwch; and a bus driver were hauled iiilb 
the Antioch village hall court room Sunday afternoon on Ihe 
th.'irse of disturbing the peace. sti;cwing cigarette bulls oa 
Ihe highway, accessories to drivitigan overloaded vehicle oa 
the streets, and GO to 80 other violationis of the Lake County 
iiiulAntitteh code of Blue Laws. ; :'v"; 

.Members of the Softball team representing the Channel . 
1-ike Aitieletic Club are bending every effort toward 
tllunnnaling the sp<tt with electricity for. night playing. The . 
new (liamnnd. which will be located at the .intersection of ^ 
Hollies vt and 17;t. will l>e called Nat>cr Field. 

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With the;exceplions df:Thomas Jefferson, 

James Monroe^and Ronald Reagan, all of the' 

presidents who have been elected in years 

ending with zero have died before com- 

. pletiiig'Uieir terms in'office. Jefferson (1800) 

. lived for 17 years after leaving- the While 

House, and Monroe (1820) was retired for six 

..years before dying. The 74-year-old Reagan 

,,is In; the first year of his second term in the 

; WhiteHouse. 

Biitiibeginnihg in 1840, with Wiilaim Henry 
Harrison, and continuing every ^ years 
through 1960, seven chief executives have 
failed to survive their administrations. 
Besides Harrison, the list of "zero" 
presidents, who Jiave died in office include 
Abraiiam. Lincoln. (1860), James Garfield^ 



the PropHet, inthe Battle gf the Tham"es, in 
Canada. Tecumseh was killed iri this battles 
Legend has it that the Prophet, who was the 
Shawnee Shaman, or medicine man, 
thereupon invoked a curse" upon Harrison 
. and the U.S. government. 

The curse was that all future American 
presidents, starting wilh.;; William Henry 
Harrison, who were elected in a year whose 
last digit was a zero, would die in office. The 
curse, known as /'The Indians' Revenge," 
has developed into a myth. 



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-tlB80)7WI]IiaiTrMcKiivley {1900), Warren G. 
Harding (1920), Franklin D. RooseveU(1940) 
and John F.Kennedy (1960). ' ,' '•; 

Is this merely a coincidence or, as mai^ 
American Indians believe, the fulfillment of '. 
a curse laid upon William Henry Hanisoh' 
and all subsequent U.S. Presidents elected in 

.a year ending wilh a zero? Harrison was the 
. first President to die in off ice. A month after 
his inauguratioii, he was stricken with p- . 
heumonia and died 'on April 4, 1841, Many- 
American Indians have learned .to. hale 
William Henry Harrison. r'^i!('< 

In 1801, President John Adams appointed 
Harrison governor of the Indiana Territory; 
He disregarded the Indians- territroial 
rights, and took their lands to expedite white 
settlement of the area. The Indians resisted 

, and eventually Joined forces wilh the British. • 
In the Warof 1612, Major: General William 
Henry Harrison recaptured Detroit from the 
British. . :. /^ 

Tn October IB13, Harrison , defeated^the 
British and their Indian, alii^, led by the 
Shawnee chief, Tecumseh, and his brother, 



QhPolitics 



Presideht John F. Kennedy, -'who was 
assassihatei on Nov. 22, 1963,-was aware of 
the fateful' significance of election years 
ending' with zero. All of the presidential 
candidates' in 1960 were querried as to their ' 
opinion of the historic coincidence, Jt^K 
joked about the matter, but he admitted that 
it was "thought provoking/'' : .1. 

"The last President elected in a zero year 
was Ronald Reagan in 1980. He is the oldest 
person ever elected to the White House, He 
.celebrated his .70th birthday- only 17 days 
after his first inauguration on Jan. 20, 1981. 
Reagan is the only. President to survive an 
assassin's bullet in American history. 
Recently, he underwent surgery to remove a • 
cancerous tumor from his intestine. 

Hopefully, Mr.. Reagan will experience a 
complete recovery f rorh his surgery, and end 
the 26-year curseon the presidency.. 




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located along Rtes. 43 and 41 
chairged: that leaders of a 
Knotlwood incorporation 
movement " are . acting 
without their consent or ap- 
proval. „ •" 

Further, they accused two 
Lake County legislators ■ of 
being part of a "midnight 
oil'-';, legislative action to 
push through' the ih- 
corporation before neigh- 
,borihjg landowners realized 
what was happened.' 

If the iiicorporaUoh move 
-Is-Buccessfulrit-could-result^ 
in the establishment of the 
Village of Knollwood west of 
Lake Bluff and soulth of the 
City of North Chicago and 
Great Lakes Naval Training 
Center. . . 

: ,The proposed village, cen- 
tered around the exclusive 
Knollwood Country club, 
Rtes. 17G and.43, would have 
a population of 1,800 and con- 
tain four square miles. 

Opponents of the in- 
corporated accused State 
Sen. David Barkhausen (R- 
Lake Forest) andf State 
Rep. Virginia Fiester. 
Frederick (R-Lake Forest) 
of pushing through llth hour 
legislation at the close of the 
(General Assembly. 
. Barks^usen sponsored an 
amendinent to a Muinicipal 
CodebUhspdnsbred by State 
Rep. William Peterson { r- 
Prairie View) proyidiiig that 
electors, in certain counties 
may file a petition for in* 



1,800, rather than at least 
2,500 inhabitants, if the 
petition is filed within 30 
days after the effective date 
of . the act. -The amendment 
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requirements. 

One Industrial leader 
called the incorporation at- 
tempt "a bald-faced land 
grab. Knollwood wants to in- 
clude the industrial area so 
we can pay for the operation 
of their new village." 

The proposed legislation 
passed both houses of the 
General Assembly June 30 
and now is. waiting for;^the 
governor's signature. 

The Barkhausen amend- 



terested highway and a par- 
cel of less than 10 acres may 
-be annexed by a 
municipality by ordinance. . 

Mayor Bobby Thompson of . 
North Chicago said he views 
the legisIaUon as "shutting 
off jany future westward ex- 
pansion. ,' - ..• . 

Frederick says the in- 
corporation effort is "protec- 
tionist" and that she's been 
assisting members of the 
Knollwood; Homeowners 
Assn. in ^^pecent years to 
protect themselves 'from 
strip — developmiBnt — and- 
proposed hi^ rises. 

"Knollwood residents are 
at the -mercy of developers. 
They had a serious highway 
expansion problem' several 
years agb that I worked on 
for them," she declared. 

The "go it alone" ap- 
proach for incorporation was 
worked out, according to 
Frederick, after two at- 
temtps to annex to Lake 
Bluff resulted in failure. 

The Lake Forest legisbtor 
said she had no idea which 
landowners would be ef- 
fected, but that_she un- 
derstopd " .' Abbott 
Laboratories was excluded 
from the. proposed village's 
land map. 

Fredericlc said the 
Barldiausen amendment is 
special legislation designed 
to solve a local problem. The 



ment also' provides .that"^ amendment was designed' 
territory which Is bounded "to die" after Knollwood 
by one or more r^idents effect^ th^ Ma- 
municipalities and an in- corporation. ' 



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The. Lake County Fair. 
Assn. is sponsoring a 
demolition derby on Satur? 
day, Aug. 17; at2 pm., at the 
fairgrounds, Rtes. 120 and 45 
In Grayslake. Co-sponsoring 
the event is Auto- Race 
Promotions, St. Louis. 

"During the 1985 Fair, we, 
limited the number of cars 
competing. This derby gives 
a chance for those who were 
not able to enter the derbies 



Gbmes To 
takehurst 



during the fair, a chance to 
compete," aaid >, Walter 
, Krumrey , . Fair ' Assh; 
secretary. ■ ' '. ■ ■ . 
The competition is open to 
any licensed driver aged 16 
and over.Ther feature win- 
ner will receive $300 and a 



trophy. Derby rules and en- , 
try blanks are available by^ - 
calling Kriunrey at (312) 223-: ' 

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Admission to.:r the^- 

. (lemolition derby is : $5. i: 
Children 12 and under are 
admitted free... 



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Fans of Jerry 'Leave It To« 
Beaver' Mathers will. have 
the opportunity to see him 
live, in-person at Lakehurst 
Mall on Sunday, Aug. 18 at 1. 
p,m, ■ ' .' 

Many will remember, in 
1957, with the debut of 
"Beaver," that Jerry 
Mathers Inxly entered not 
only America's homes, but 
its hearts as well. 



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What a weekend! The crowd was roUing at the Umerick 

Saturday night with that greal^tepm of Enue Levas and Bm , .^ Anlioch Townshib Lihr, 
Damron'^^ They do a fantastic:Job and everyone had a gcrad^j,^,^^^^^^ 

Ume. Of course the food was excellent and people were stUI , m^ng co^Uom ,SS 
chewing on corn at the end of the evening. Al.Anderson does a „i.,« «ik. — » ., .. *»".«». 
great job every year, maWng another outside sumiper event. 

The Chicken Bar-B-Q was another suctess. Those Uoos 
-Club ni^bei^ really do put forth for that event Theyjy«| ^m^cTlSi^^^Sir 
DutUne it together at 7 a.m. and kept on going with cleaning «onhaah*^'J *^?'^- 
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plus albums) of the Suff 

(SAVS), including slandart" 
LP's, audio cassettes ' 



smooth and for us spectators we have to agrM. The aucUon 
wai once again a biggy. There were so many things to choose 
from and buy again this year. People were loading up a real 
variety - frbm cars to wooden toys. Too bad we have to wait 
until next year to do it again! 

Did anyone see Bob Deimer over the wedcend? On Satur- 
day night he had on a Hawaiian shirt and a sombrero and on 
Sunday camouflage pants and a PINK shirtl Poor Debbie - 
You know what they say: you can take the ploraber oiit of the 
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The undefeated Antioch Phillies took first place in the triple A summer baseball 
division. The team, sponsored by the Aniioch Jaycees. played against four other 
Antioch teams. First row (left) Ben Antonelli, Derek Long. John Cole, Dan Beike, 
Eric Jones and Lou Notriaho. Second row (!eft) Craig Ultrch; Jason Pederson, 
Patrick Gros. Doug Betke. Chris Koch, Mark Cole. Chris Hogg and Mark Plonka. 
•Third row (left) coach Fred Gros, manager Doug Lang and coach Bill Betke. 

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Junior Grode School 
SfeSTP^sl! Sets Registration 



Shiirley and Donna GutowsW and Lucille Kuecbenmeiat^ inatisrials, folk music mit 

had a wonderful visit with LucUle's daughter Wendy SnUth In effects, spoken word.^ 

Long Beach, Callfoniia. Wendy's friend Lee Hill gave them a AddiUonafly, through it 

great tour of California Induding visits at Marine Land, project, a collecUon of son 

Venice Beach, Universal Studios and Disneyland. They said compact discs, the latestai 

they were moving the entire 10 days they were there and had vance in audio technology is 



Valk'y .Junior Championship 
playtti oiT Monday. Aug. .5 
arc: 

.SKMOK DIVI.SlOV: 7.". 
.Ji'lf Cimdcr.son-Klklinrn and 
Tun iioyleiiurlmglon wcin 
play-off. TJ- Kurl KraniiT. 
liiKin (Ifovi-; Ki liill An 
(trrson. Crnlral. Mikt* 
WfipiTl. Tri'mptT. H4 
(iannon Holl. CiMilral. I'aiil 
Henry, Minneapitlis. Davi- 
Ucckor. Milton. Rii Mali 
GaU. Antioch;- WV Uavc 
liakt-r, Antioch. «7 Kd 
Andres. Si .Josephs; 
Stt'phi-n Hi'nry. Mm- 
ncapoft.s; 91- Leo Simon.s. 
Gafeu'.'iy; Gary Gross. 
Bradford and H2- Pat Pedo 
KJkhorn. ' 

.UMOl* IJIVI.SION: 7H 
Itifk Korjt-ni'k. .AntuK-h. 7H- 
J)an Adams, Anttwh. .SU'vt- 
I.iKimis, Mdlon K.>' .l«>(| 
Junak>. rt'nlral. Un'n 
('Aarnecki. St .loscphs. W 
Mikt' WisnHski. frntral, 
HH)- Dan Younu. (.'cnlral and 
lim- iJaveThiclc. Antioch. 

Stll*ll(»MUICK mVlStOV. 

n Scott Frasih, Antiodi 
'Won na\ 1)11.. .John 
StAi'tilc. |{;kiih' Case. KJ. 
Tini t;»'l>hardl. Sr Mary's 
Hurhnnion. W, ("had Hart 
man. .lefU'rMKi, m Dan 
KranitT. Inion (irnvr. W.t 
Tony CictTo, liurl SI 
.\Iar\s. ;i:i |y;i%r Clark. 
Antiofh._ _ia And\ .lat'iier. 
Burl Si Marys, «<» Chris 
KlilH-rs. liurl' St MarjSi 
KM- Keith .Stanwyck. tVn 
traj: Tony AckVt/.. .h-l 
fiTson: U» Mall Stoi*sst'r. 
Ct'nlral. 

FHKSH.MAN A.\I> I'N- 
DRIt DIVISKIN: »U- Andy 
Adamson. Si, Josephs; 9H- 
Chris KallHTg, St. Joscph.s.; 
lis- Mike Kocnig. 
(Burlington* St. Marj's; lOd- 
Adarn Yopp. Burlington: 
101- Craig Askew. Antioch: 
Sco!t_MiUpr^_Antiodi_and — 



Hegistration for all studen- 
ts attending Antioch Oist. 34 
Schools wilt be held on 
Tue.sday. Aug. 20. from y 
am. lo niKHi. and from 1 to 4 
p.m.. and on Wednesday. 
AuR. 21 from nmm to :) p.m.. 
and from G to S) p.m. al each 
school 

The schools arc Antioch 
Lower Grade School. 
William Petty Elementary 
School, Oakland Grade 
School and Antioch Upper 
Grade School. 

Material fees will be: Kin- 
dergarten. $1.5.00. kin- 
dergarten milk (opiionah 
$11.00 per semester. Grades 
I through .5, $25.00. Grades f. 
through 8. $33.00. 
State law and school policy 

retjuirvs lluit all ni'w sludcn 
Is to the district, mcluding 
kinderRartencrs and fifth 
Rraders liavea current tone 
year old or lessi phj-sical 
examination and im 
tnunizalion record in order 
to register for school 



Families of sludenLs in other 
grade levels have the 
responsibility lo keep their 
child's immunizations 
current, and give the school 
Ihc updated immunization 
record in order to complete 
registration. 

Kinderfiarlcners must be 
five years of age on or iMjforc 
Dec. 1, 1985 in order to 
register for school. Birth 
certificate or ' baptismal 
record should t>c brought as 
proofofagei 



alotoffun. 

Are you all ready for school to begin? It seems 1 was just 
saying it was ever and basebali season starting. Do not forget 
to renter the 20th and get all of those school suppliesl'Tbm 
are good sales all over town and I have got to Just take the 
Ume to get out and get the expensive project over] We all 
have to get back In the swing of things and STRUCTURE real 
home cooking again! 

This weekend is Lindenfest Days. On Sunday, is the parade 
and I^am sure we^ll^ee some of Antioch in it! Let's enjc^r 
what we have left of summer. - 



Home Delivery 

Home delivery of this 
newspaper and associated, 
lakeland Newspapers is 
easy to arrange. Simply dial 
<312i 22.1-81GI. connect with 
the circulation dcpt'irtmcnt 
and ask for home delivery. 
Deliver>- will Start with the 
next issue. 



being^assembled. The Sound 
Recofding Pliis Project wUl 
also attempt to satisfy 
requests for audio recor< 
dlc^ . not found in the 
catalog, or in your library 
system's collections: 

All of these materials may 
be borrowed by placing an 
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Longtime Aniioch residents 
Fred and Marguerittc t)sch- 
mann celebrated their G5th 
wedding anniversary on July 
31. 

The Oschmanns owned 
and operated a bakery in 
Chicago and later retired to 
their home on Linden L.ane. 

Mr. Oschmunn is a mcn^- 



bcr of the local Shrine Club 
and Marguerittc is a mem- 
ber of the Eastern Stars. 
Both have been active mem- 
bers of the German- 
American Club of Aniioch 
since it was founded. 

A parly in their honor was 
attended l)y members of 
these clubs as well as other 
friends and ncighljors 




65 YearsLafer 

Fred and Marguerilto Oschmanri, of Antioch. cut their 
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102- Chad Nicpon. Trevor. 
C;il{LK I>IVISlO\:H(i 

Marcy Sipla. Hacin'e' Case; 
88- Carrie Strach. Elkhorn; 
95- ■ Michelle LeFebve. 
-Centra I ;-! 03-Sta cic-Lange 
Elkhorn; 112- Shawn Keller. 
Central: 113- Do nno-^ 

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Connie L^each. Central; 
Shelly Keller. Central; 
Anna Sorbie. Central; 
^andy.§w.an., Elkhorn;. Dana. 
Siiureh, Elkhorn -'and *t3l- 
Judy Genoves'e. Central. 




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Antioch Community High The first full school day for 

School registration is set for all students is Monday; Aug- 

Monday, Aug, 19 for 26, Freshmen will begin on 

|t^ frciShmen; Tuesday, Aug. 25" Friday, Aug. 23 from 8 a.m. 

-. .^*'S for sophomores; Wed* tol0:40a.m. 



Restoration Crew 



nesday, Aug. 21 for juniors; 
and Thursday, Aug. 22 for 
seniors. 

At registration students 
are required to pay fees, 
pick up class schedules and 
ha ve identi fication pictures 
taken. Freshmen, 

sophomores and Juniors will 
have underclass'* .pictures 
taken. • 

The general school fee is 

$25 The fee f or freshmi 

aicrnew[8tudents,is.$30.-The-^ 

fec—coveribook rental, the College of Lake County 

physical education toweb and Round Lake ' High 

and student iden tificatio n School 

photos. 



New Editor 

Karen L. Wiltberger, of 
Round Lake, has taken over 
the position of news editor 
for-the— Afltioch-News^ 

•R^Mrteh ! " 

Wiltberger graduated in 
May from Southern Illinois 
University at Carbondale 
with a bachelor's degree in 
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Much of the progress at the Lakes RegionHislorical Socielys' building con be at 
"^:ii*: ?Kr .^"''?^J'?:.! rA^-^-t ""l-..'he direction of th'^r:! rora,,:; 



commitree, They ore, from left^o_right. Tom" Dujic, Jeff Sokulski, Ti 
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students who have enrolled. 
Other students are required 
to, select courses and 
register before the 
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Lake County schools will 

. receive a nearly 7 million 
incr^se in stale dollars tl^is 
year lover the- 19B4-85 
aulhoriied^level of state aid, 
the : rcgibhal superintendent 
of schools has JEihhnSunced.' 

The $6,935,568 increase in 
aid is primarily due to an 
increase in state dollars 
guaranteed Jo the jdistricts 
for each' 'child. Thfe rate 
increased from |1,841.S5 to 
*1,951.M per child. ' 

_• Th e state determi nes.each- 
dlsificl's need for state aid 
by the difference of local 

."taxes' generated for ,thc 
schools and the amount the 
state guarantees for each 
child. 

The largest increases in 
the county go toWaukegan 
Unit; $1,719,204; Round Lake 
Unit, $83i;834; and the Lake 
Zurich Unit, $516,815. 

State aid decreased at 
Newport C.C.. $1,342; Lin- 

^colnshire-Prairie View, 



$559; and Big Hollow. $31 



onniKr 

lolut 

Newport C.C, 

MillburnC.C. 

Cmmoni 

AiiHwhC.C. 

CtDiilak* 

Go«in 

B)g Hollow: 

, iDlia'Villd . 
Croyilok* 
AnnCvnIar 
WoodrgndC.C. 

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NonhChKogo- 
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AnilochH.S'. ■ ' 

WtMKOoda Unit 
MimdcWin H.S. 
. WoitanTwp.H.S. 
HodhChkogoH.S. 
CrontH.S. 
Adkil I , St«v<Kiion 
CfO)iil(]k«H.S. 

The increases ami 
decreases- of state aid arc 
primarily based on annual 
local tax dollars generated 
for education and enrollment , 
. figures, said Sybil Yaslrow; 
assistant regional 

superintendent of schools. 



HntTAnAID 


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. 1 ,31,759 


% ■ 33,387 


» , 528 


. 33,4«B 


■ 32,126 


(■) 1.343 


■51.529 


... 81.457 


39.938 


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, 33,171 ^ 


,0^''' 3.929 


sri.309 


700.78q.*?*' 


129.471 


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• . , .107.354 ■ 


35,765 


677.1377 


798.537 


131,400 


W.TTS 


93.764 ■ 


(•) 31 


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1.566,641 


213,533 


339,*39 


334.824 ■ 


5.385 


i«,au 


467.703 • 


73.469 


501.493 


545,419 


43,737 


201.764' 


.334,436 


22,643 


4.773,215 


S.040.949 


366,734 


931.375 


• 1,425.721. 


494,346 


-586.667 


666.444 , 


79,777 


133.104 


2V,613 


I35.43S 


- 5S.696 


57,319 


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117 iia 




;/r 7.181.307 


8.013.1.41- 


831,834 


: ' »,347.S9I 


1,616.070 


249.479 


1.389,476 


1.644.359 


274:883 


S73.04S 


735.871 


163.826 


387,935 


434,135 


46,300 


1,745.600 


1.779.046 


. 33.446 


aie.715 


898,718 


ao.003 


335,101 


400.031 


64.930 


'906,518 


1,061.800 


• 75.382 



III this Section -c 

TV fiiiide > Business/Real Estate 

Lettei^ la Editor •Engagements 

MitoriiM Page ; •Births 

Obituary •Weddings 

Travel • Sports 

Grocery Guide • Legial Notices . 







Te//s McConne/ Likiryg 



Declining enrollment 
figures or more money 
generated by local taxes will 
decreaseslatcaid. shesaid. 

Yastrow said most 
districts, haye not passed 
referenda to increasp. local 
taxesior schools. ' 



Wauconda Village Clerk 
Vcnita McConnclhas gained 
her . second public eh-_ 
•dorscment from a member^ 
of Ihe powerful Lake County 
Republican Central Com- 
millee in her campaign for 
the GOP nomination for 
Lake County Clerk in Ihe 
■lj>8(f flections. 

John Bobcl. the chairman 
of the Waukegan Twp. 
Precinct Committeemen, 
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in expressing support for 
McConne['s candidacy. 

■In"an exclusive statement 
to Lakclaiid Newspapers. 
Bobel contends, "I am happy 
to endorse Venita L. Mc- 
Connel for Lake County 
Clerk. Her many years of 
experience in polities' has 
brought her the respect of all 
Republicans. She is a hard 
worker. Her service as 
Wauconda Village Clerk for 
the past seven years has 
; provided Mrs. McConncI 
with 'the necessary ex- 
perience of running a clerk*s 
otfice and working with 
other-govornmcnl officials." 

Bpbol concludes. "Venita 
McConncI has expertise in 
office procedure's and 



nianagement. She also 
pbs.scsses practical ex- 
perience in the business, 
world, which is a plus for 
serving as county clerk.*' 

liobel has been chairman' 
of the Waukegan Twp, 
Precinct Committeemen for 
the last four years. He has . 
been a Republican precinct 
committeeman for 15 years. 
Bobel has served on election 
committees* for many 
prominent Republicah of- 
ficeholders including 
Governor Jim Thompson. 
Waukegan Mayor Robert 
Sabonjian and Congressman 
John Porter. 

' McConncI is engaged in a 
tight contest' with County. 
.Board Rep. Donna-Mae 
Litwilcr of Inglcside- 



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Spring coll* and mares enioy summer son at Wood County._one of the top^ I^Jiorse cojjntles_ n_^^ 

Cw^farnT^EdwardrRdr; Antlocr Tdv7ri$hlpr^ natron based on totol equine population. Operation ot 

IJlinois-Wiscohsinstotellne. Mares and their offspring ftorse breeding farms is an important^ port of the 

in rolling green fields Is a familiar sight in Lake county's agriculture Income. Photo by Bob Schroder 



GOOD NiUm IN IliSUttAliCE. 

John Deere Insurance Is proud to have 
Harvey Larson now representing us in 
the Lake County area. See Harvey for a 
full line of Business, Home and Auto In- 
surance . in our. office at 227 N.r Main 
Street in \A/auconda, weekdays from 9.00 
a.m. 16,5:00 p.m. Or call (31 2) 526-70i30 

JCmii DEERiE 

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Harvey Larson,1(Vgent 

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Dr. Ikinald J. 

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Round Uke Foot Clinic 
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A Bachelor of Arts Degree could be history 
for you four years from now if you learn this 
simple lesson. Just start with a two-year 
Associate of Arts or Science Degree from the 
College of Lake County. And with careful 
planning^ your credits will transfer to the 
four-yearcoUege of your choice, where you 
start as a junior. 

Many of today's college-Jwimd students are"' 
choosingtoeanitheirdMiree^by degrees. 
For themahd for you, CLG ia a smart first 
choice^Ydiill entail exoelleiit education at a 
modest'ooat^ Aid what ybiii^^^ those fir st 
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Qtiestion Of UWif ication 



Historically, Illinois has weighed the slate 
scliool aid formula in favor of consolidated 
and unit districts on the precept that bigger 
districts are able to make better use of state 
funds and, therefore, . do a belter job of 
' education. While Ihat is arguable, it's a 
political fact of life that dual district com- ' 
munities come off second best when it comes 
to state aid. 

Now; as pai-t of school reformr the General 
Assembly has adopted legislation revising 
the state school aid formula that makes it 
even more advantageous to unify school 
districts." The newly adopted legislation 
brings considerable administrative, finan- 
cial and educational t)cnerits to unifying 
districts, especially smaller systems with 
financial problems. 

If ever a - comnrunity was "ripe" for 
imiflcatipn it is Grayslake where both the 
high school and the grade school are plagued 
by declining enrollments and money woes. 
The grade school district has been talking 
merger for some time with the neighboring 
elementary district at Avon Center, which- 
has been battling budget headaches for 
years. A large nunfiber of people in both 
districts support consolidation, an on-and-off 
issue for 10 years. Adding a new dimension to 



the consolidation theory is the proposal that' 
the high school should gel involved to make 
the amalgamation a unit plan. 

Sources in educational circles point out 
that a unit. district would receive between 
$600,000 and $700,000 more in state aid under 
the new formula. From the viewpoint of 
Grayslake Grade School, merger is more 
pressing than ever because the districl has 
just lost its superintendent, in no small part 
to.a Worsening financial picture that. seems 
unsolvable. It niakes sense for the two neigh- 
boring districts, even viihile the merger 
question is debated, to take a cooperative 
step by sharing a superintendent. 

Avon has a , new superintendent, David 
Duffy, with no tics to the past, who might ser- 
ve as the catalyst for consolidation while 
saving both districts administrative costs if 
'the Lwo districts would agree on sharing his 
services. There Is localprecedcnt for sharing 
a school superintendent, with the current 
Grass Lake-Lotus dual supierintendency. _ 

Even while we*re the first. to admil that 
bigger might not be belter as far as 
education goes, it certainty is more 
lucrative. Springfield mandates that, and 
when local districts ignore this, they pay 
through the nose 



Police Chief And Politics 



The shenanigans involving the position of 
Fox Lake chief of police indicates that when 
it comes to job security the position of police 
chief is only slightly more secure than that of 
managing a major league baseball team. 

Fox Lake Chief Robert Trinski is on his 
way out not because he was doing a bad job 
but probablybecause he was doing too good a 
job. Citizen reaction to plans announced by 

Mayor William Dam overwhelmingly In- 
dicates support of the long-time resident who 
has served as chief for six years. 

In attempting to calm the frayed nerscs of 
irate citizens. Trinski found himself in the 
ungainly position, of defending Mayor Dam, 
pointing out that a chief serves "at the 
pleasure" of the mayor whether the 
municipality is big or small. The mayor. 
returning the favor, unstintingly praised the 
career law enforcement officer. 

If all this sounds confusing, it's because St 
is confusing. The firing of a police chief— and 
hiring— usually only makes sense after a 
careful study of the politics of- the situation. 
In Fox Lake's case, there's .plenty of 
politics. Trinski incurred the wrath of 
-VillagcTrustec Margaret Pault.-anexponent- 
df "bulldozer" -style public admiiiislralion. 
The soft-spoken chief also displeased Trustee 
Leonard Dam, the mayor's brother. 
Together. Paull and Leonard Dam madaan 
unsuccessful attempt to oust Trinski long 
before William Dam was elected. Now that 



Hog Caller 

The revelation that Dist. 4 County Board 
Rep. Donna-Mae Litwiler used the name of 

-Regional School. Supl. William JThompson. 
without his permission casts a serious cloud 
over the creditability of her candidacy for 
the Republican nomination forGoiinty Clerk 
in the 1986 primary. Litwiler is going to have 
to^o some explainihgnrwru Ixrinteresting 
to see how the little dynamo from Ingleside. 

,handles , T hompson's disavQwaLDonna--Mae- 



the village council has an "all in the family" 
coloration, putting the skids under Chief 
Trinski was a lot casjer. 

It's no wonder thai Illinois lawmakers put 
into place many years ago legislation to 
protect police officers from petty politics. 
But the police chtcrs Job was excluded. 

Difficult as it is to swallow for citizens. 
tr>'ing to save the job of a police chief is a 
losing proposition— once he falls out of favor, 
for whatever reason, with the powers to l>c, 
Tha^s the way the sy.stcm works. All chief.s 
know that. It's a lonely life.' The only 
satisfaction for the .select few cilizeas with 
courage and ability to don the chief's bad^c 
is knowing that you've done your Ik-sI to 
serve your community. If only the eU'itttJ 
officials withjxtwcr of life and death ovit a 
policechiel cmild appreciate that fad 



Writer Listens; 
Aw Shucks! V 

Vbillschroeder 

Relaxed, confident, open. , v ^ 

Thai's the lone for conversation with Lake 
County Sheriff Robert ''Mickey" Babcox, 
nearing the end of his first term, one of the 
most durable political figures in the history 
of Lake County and at age 58 acknowledged 
as his party's elder statesman. 

As the county's No. l law enforcementof- 
ficer and holder of the county's most power- 
ful political office, Babcox is surprisingly 
laid back, running the office in a low key 
manner and maintaining a low personal 
profile. This is a direct opposite to two 
previous sheriffs of recent vintage, "Pistol 
Pack'en" Orville S. "Pat" Clavey and Tom 
Brown, who was always ready for a 
television appearance with his knack for 
keeping himself and the sb. iff 's office in hoi 

water. 

Wearing a soft cotton sports shirt and sum- 
mer slacks, the sheriff leaned back and 
chuckled in responding to this writer's 
question alwut the serenity surrounding the 
sheriff's office these days. "We've got good 
people and they're doing their job," Sheriff 
Babcox observed. "Maybe it's my advanced 
age," he added to punctuate his self-effacing 
, image. 

Your columnist and the sheriff smoothly 
disposed of the immediate business at hand- 
the question of whether the sheriffs office 
botched an investigation of the mechanicians 
and the perspnalities-invohrcd-in-d 
trdversy swirling around the proposal for the 
Lake CountyJEoresl Preserve District to pur- 
chase Brae Loch Countr>' Club. 

The sheriff quickly explained that his of- 
ftce.became involved at the request of an at- 
torney for Iha Forest Preserve Dist. for 
background information. "It wasn't a full in- 
vestigation ai)d it wasn't meant for public 
consuniption. We get requests like that all 
the time. The Brae Loch check was routine. I 
agree that it's gotten out of hand." 

The purchase of Brae Loch has become a 
political issue. Babcox pointed out. "Our of- 
fice doesn't belong in this one." 

OK. 

Does the sheriff's office belong in the coun- 
ty clerk's race? Mickey's blue eyes twinkled 
and he came back with the "aw shucks" 
response perfected in nearly 40 years in the 
public eye. The sheriff knows full well that he 
has been identified as the mentor and spon- 
sor of the candidacy of County Board Rep. 
Donna-Mae Litwiler for the Republican 
nomination for county clerk in 1986, 




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never is at a loss for words so it's a foregone 
conclusion that she'll'haVe plenty to say 
about the highly respected county school ad- 
ministrator. But will Liiwiter's wprds mean 
anything? Perhaps she will resort to her l>est 
hog calling chant, a talent displayed every 
year'at the Lake County Fair. This would 
surprise electors from Dist. 4— Antioch, 
Lake Villa, Grant and Avon townships— who 
sent- Litwiler to Waukegan to represent 
them, only to hear from her at county fair 
time. ■ 




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Simplification 



."Now you know that no one tells DonM- 

Mae what to do. She asked me what I ihouiSt'- 

about her running for ctwhty-wide ofncelnd^ 

I said,^*Sure, why not/U that's whatyouwSl 

'todo. ——^i^jjj, 

That question attended to-and my orfe" 
placed for a lot in the Everglades-we turned 
to~anolher political ^question that is b(^ 
asked more and more.. . — ^^ii 

, Are you heading for a showdown witlil 
County GOP Chairman Bob Neal? . 

Mickey fielded this Astroturf bounce with 
aplomb. "Not in the least. I think we eel - 
along fine. Bob Neal has a tough job toM 
The only thing I want to do Is run the best I 
possible sheriffs office I can." Aw shuds!-^ 
It's difficult to . forget .that Litwiler 
challenged. Neal for the chairman's job last 
time and that Uie highly ambitious distaff ^«] 
polilician has been the sheriff's "point man''M 
on more than one occasion 'oii the Countv^ 
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Unflappable, easy golngi Loke County 
Sheriff Robert "Mickey''^ Bobcox is the 
picture of a rnan who is good at what he 
is doing and en|oys himself. "I just want 
to be a good sheriff ," Babcox responds 
to critics who soy thot he is building hit 
own political machine. - 

Politics aside, Babcox's adminisiratioo b 
the first one within memory that hai 
operated this long untouched by scandal. Ik 
present Lake County sherif Ps office is a tut 
and tMlts law enforcement agency. .Gam- 
bling and nudy bars have been shutdtnni. 
The sheriff is doing as well or better dealing^ 
with dope traffic than any other agency. He^ 
even has p new wrinkle for dealing withpor-; 
nography— on the spot Justice in the form of i ^ 
Judge who will accompany his raidcrs.- 



Thc sheriff said his only real problem is 
lack of manpower. "We're • still ufr 
dermanncd, but that's a budget problem." 
This comment brought up the subject of ooe 
of Babcox's long-time protagonists. County 
Board Rep. Nor man Geary. who_ is ch ainnm 
of the finance committee. 

•'Norm and I don't have any real problems. 
Oh, we don't see eye to eye on ever>'ihing,bul ;;| 
wegcralong." Aw shucks. Make thai two loti.;;| 
in the Everglades, please; ' /^ 

Thanks for stopping by. sheriff. Ut'sgrt ^ 
together again soon. . - 

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Who's Who? 

In LindenhursL some of Mayor Bob. 
Hatch's supporters are wondering why Janet 
Kapisi-hke sofught his support in hcrun* 
successful \m camp aig n to rcca pturg."^'' 



"seal on the Uike County Board. In an in-^.t| 

torview with Lakeland Newspapers. 

Kapischke accused ilatch of being /> 
domagogue"^and**ad^holhing mayor. St>e 

claimed that Hatch's efforU to secure a J"^ J 
substation for Lindenhursl.represi-ntwl a ^ 
-desperate political altcmpl-to insure his re--. 

J:'letJtonjo:ajJC(MndJour_-ycarJ«?rni in '!»'• 
Mrs. Kapischke was a member of tiwi^^ 
Counlv IJoiird from 1978-1982. One year aRO. 
she was defeated for the .County Hoard in iw 
llepuhlican primary by incumhonl .jii'V.. 
Ficid.^ of Antioirh and. Fred Popp "' .'f' J*--. 
Villa. In I98:j. Hatch easily dcfeaU'd U-.V''^ 
incumbent MayorTed Flanagan.m a IJ""*"!^: . 
way contest; Docs Mrs. Kapischkt.v 

; assessnicnt Of Alayor rllfljch rcprc^inl in^ ^ 
sentiment of the ViJlage?K:^ 



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TTic Lake County Urban 
League will hold a public 
hearing on Wedncsciay. Aiig, 
21. at S p.m.. in the Urban 
League Office. .122 W. 
MadistHiSt. Waukcgan. 



- The purpose of the hearing 
is to fallow citizens the ofh 
portunity for input into the 
Leaigue's Community 
Development Block Grant 
Application. 



-7!t' will marie the' league's 
12(h year applying for Lake 
County Development Block 
Gi^nt funds tO'^suppbrt its 
train ing programs to teach 
ma rketable job skills. 



PffiV»mVEIIEAIIH CARE 
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W^^roised bir Grelchen &igelking, 12,oJ Groysloke at the lake County FoJ; 
Uve^^Aoction. Gretchen IS a four-year member of Volo A's and B's 4-H club. 

l«««!?!l.^^ '* ""T°'i^ ***'"''*^ ^^ the bonk to combined Antioch Utile 
l^ogu^ siBer^B^may ivndjaisBrJeam represenfotives from tfie combined 
2S^»IS«*iSI"'i^ *? r^ht: Jenny Wilke. State Bank teom; Stephen Smith. 
Sb ?S;iriSfL^^'*' B"°" Smith, State Bank; David Smith, Angels; Audra 
MHe4. T-Ball The bonk olso purchased a 1.050-pound Hereford 4.H steer, annual 

B^i°S™lL t;?""*^.^'**"* ?"** ^^? ^""^ ^"<=*'°" *°^ *^» benefitof the Antioch 
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The. Lake County Sheriffs Department and l^ke County 
Crime Stoppcts are seeking ihformation about an abduction 
which occurred at approximately 2 a.m.. on Saturday, July 
13. from the "Pit Stop" tavern located on Sheridan Rd.. Zion.. 

The offender abducted two females at knifepoint and he is 
described as a &I/W. pn his late 20s or early 30s. ap- 
proximately G feet tall, weighing appraxiniately 160 to 175 
pounds.. with a medium biiild. brown hair (t}clow his cars) 
pairted in the middle. 

The olTendcr abducted the victims in their own auto which 
is a '^982 Oldsmobile 4-door. gray in color;, with III. 
registration. ^. :_'/. - 

The frffcnder wiis involved in a chase starting with 
Pleasant Prairie Police Dept. in Wisconsin, and ending in the' 
IBOp bkick of Kendron in Zion where th<^9^^cndc^ fled on foot 
leaving the victims in the vehicle. 

If you have any information about this crime or any other 
fdony crime or felony fugitive CMitacI Lake.Counly Crime 
Stoppers at I3I2) £622222. If the call is long distance call 
colkct. : „■' 

Remember Crime Stoppers wants yoiir information not 
yourname. 



Openings In CLC 

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Lake County residents 
inlcrcsled in performing as 
jnuskiaii£_iii__glh<T the 
College of Uko County 
Concert Band or Iho CIX' 
Jazr Knscmblcarr inviled to 
contact CLC music in- 
structor Bruce Mack at 
(312>22M6ni.exl.550. 

The Concert . Band 
rehearses • 1'hursuu.v:^ 



evenings. 7 to 9 p.m. and the 

Jazz Ea'^.-mble rehearses. 

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Performances are 

scheduled throughout Iho 
year. Parliiipation in these 
groups is not limiied^lo 
current students. .Kehe*nr- 
shls begin with the fall 
semester on Aug. 26. 



Bock School 
Scheduled— 



The. special education 
program.' Back School, 
flesigncd by , Condell 
Memorial llospiiai for 
people with, chronic Iwck 
dLsonkrrs or who woul d like 
to prevent possible,^ back 
problems.- will i^^^ bf^- held 
Tufsday -and Wedm-sday. 
August 20 and August 21 in 
Jhe_hospitai;s^.physical 
medicine/therapy dcpari- 
inent:' ^" '■ ' " - -; -v 

llolh sessions, held from 7 
p.m. to 8[»» p.m.. offer an 



intelftgenl approacfi to back 
problems through lectures. 
slide _ presentations and 
audience participalion. The 
registralion fee iS $22 per 
piiriii'ipant or $3;i for. two 
=pcrs6ivrTir^ I hey "register 
logelluT.To register or for 
more "information, contiict 
the phy.sical medicine/ 
therapy department at »3I2» 
36'2-2JHHi. extension 5350. 
Condell-MemoriaL llospital 
is a sufjsidiary of. The . 
Medical ^Cenler^< of: Lake 
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On Peak Alert days (like the hottest days ( 
-summer) there's an extra-tugli demand. 
€lor electricity. And tliis demand tests our 

ability to provide the energy you need. 
.II we announce a Peal; Alert, it means 

we already have pur thxilty pool and 

nuclear generators on the Job. But even 

they can't provide enough eleclricify to 

meet everyone's needs. So we must also use 

generatois that run on oU lo meet the 

addiliondl demancL 
Unlortundtely. sbnie fuels onsfinore 

expensive than others. Oil-produced power costs 

about four limes more than nuclear-generated power 

And all ol us pay for that extra luel expense in bur electric billsV- 

Tpu can Icnrer your energy t>Uls this summer. 

u ^ Every summer day. and especially 
- -^" when we've issued a Peak Alert, 
adopt some ollhese energy- 
saving, money-saving habits: 

U you stay indoors: 
~~ •^Set yoiir aircbnditibhefdl 78" or 
g "-' ^•^'^lV^ , higher. • Keep your curtains closed 
^'-^'i:;'. >>r^'*'- so the sun's hot rays will stay outside. 
M . »a^- ^ Wash your clothes and run your 
dishwasher on a cool day. • Use all 
large appliances belore 9 AM or alieriO PM— 
Open your relrigeralor only when necessary. 

Switch to outdoor activities. 

• Head to the beach or (ind a relreshing pool. 

• Dry your clothes outdoors. Added humidity 
inside your house only makes your air 
conditioner work harder • Cook on char- 
coql (instead ol the stove). Or don't cook at 
all^-try a light sandwich or salads. 

Ask for our free Waste 
Watcher's Guide. 

It lists 101 things you can do 
to save energy every day. 11 you'll 

V just switch your habits. For your copy, write: 

Energy Information. P.O. Box 767, Chicago, VL* 60690 
And in the mcdnlime. remember that when there's a 
' Peak Alert, it pays to use less. 





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by DONNA DUNCAN 

Training for the American' Continental 
Young Riders Championship at Tempel Far- 
nis in Wadsvyorlh this weekend has becn_,a 
touch-and-go situation Cor Lisa Dreher, 20, 'a 
compelitor, as her horse had been nursing a 
leg injury the past few weeks. 

Dreliier will compete in the Three-Day 
Eventing category which consists of. 
dressage, a ballel-Hke performance, a cross 
counlryphase and a stadium phase. 
Dreher, who has competed in various com- 
petitions before, had lieen faced with disap-' 
poinlment of an injured horse.-'It is a set- 
back. 1 don't know if he's going to be in good 
shape," Dreher said. 

j^ For. this year's competition, she will be 
^riding nine-year-old Charley's Memory, or 
Chas, as she calls him. Since her own horse. 
Whiskey, River, "Willie" had also sustained a 
leg stress fracture in a young Rider's com- 
. petition last March in Pennsylvania, she is, 
borrowing Chas from her- boj^friendan 
Virginia. . -\ : v ■ * 

Because of its injured legs. Dreher is not 
setting her hop^ too high. "I'm not going to 
make time — just make a clear round with no 
penalties." she said. 

This is imi^rtant, she adds, because.a first 
j^top is worth '20 penalty points. 

Dreher works her horse at her family's 
stable in Lake Villa, where they have lived 
for more than a year, after moving frdm 
DecrTield. 

Both of her parents, Sam and Linda also 
ride. Dreher, who has been riding since age 



five, has grew up with horses and has always 
been interested in them as a hobby. She star- 
ted out being taught by her mother, but leair- 
ned under outside instructors for "unbiased" 
critique. Even while away at college in 
Virginia, she rides often. While away, she^ 
had an opportunity to train under a top rider 
"I took a few lessons with Lisa Anderson, 
who won the preliminary division at Rollex. 
Kentucky in the Three-Day Eventing. 

Although she has never been over this par- 
ticular course at Wadsworth, she is prepared 
to handle it. "I know what to- expect but. 
haven't been over the fences. It's moderate 
in difficulty," she said,, j, " , 

■ Dreher's first mini-trial was when she was 
eight years old. She got eliminated in two out . 
of three phases but she has progressed into a 
fine rider and will be competing with young 
riders from across the country and the world 
at this weekend's Championship. Her leam- 
"inates at this competition are Kim Wallace of 
Lincolnshire^ and Jill Hoffman, of St. 
Charles. 

One of her former instructor's. James H. 

Hunter; of Gurnee, said Dreher is "very ad- 

- vanced for her age and handles big shows 

very we]l,"adding. "she is an educated 

rider." 

While observing Dreher maneuvering her 
mother's horse in jumping, Hunler said she 
rides the horse in a forward motion with 
flexbn with inside hipbone, inside leg and 
hand and she gets the horse to bend. 

This is how horses should be handled in a~ 



jumping event, be said. ■ 

. The purpose of working the horse over the 
jumps is to build bbuncc in thcanimal. 
, Dreher has been a member of the Pony 
Club is is currently at the second highest 
level." * - ; ■'^^":"'-' '^ ■■'•''-■^'■^■r'^':'-' ' 

Out of the three days, the most exciting for 
Dreher is the endurance day whicti includes 
a steeple chase. .,, . 

Training horses takes a lot of work and the 
Dreher's raise their show horses from 
scratch, as ponies. This is so ihc animal will 
trust its owner faster. .-^ :•: :_• :■_ . 

This hobby lakes a lot of time and work but 
Dreher doesn't mind. "People think we're 
crazy sometimes. But once you're bitten wth 
competition you fall in love with it," she said. 

"I guess I grew upt>ctngcompetitivc. I like 
doing well. It feels good seeing a horse do 
good, knowing that with a little help here and 
there, you can bring. a horse, a Jong from 
nothing." 

The horse compeiition scasOn begins 
around-the end of May or early Jjjne and 
lasts through October. To train for this event, 
when the horse is in good health, she trains 
him twice a day for 43 minutes to one hour. 
The second time consists of a walk. The main 
workout is in the morning. With Chas. she 
had given him penicillin in the morning for 
his legs for a while. 

A typical practice session includes im-. 
proving the dressage routine, which she con- 
siders the most difficull phase in Three-Day 
Eventing. 



Af'cr.laWng.Iesso^ 

^ more confidenlandiibw the horse praciSl 
the skill once a week; Both horse and DrJu 
take one dajrpfra Week ■: ^* 

■.'/-. In all her- yeiffs of riding, .sho lias .mw«. 
lucky by not getting hurt except for lasl 3 
whenshe broke her collarbone after dm 

-;oft.hor horse duringacompetilion"; 

: , "I learned a valuable lessons I uas coUinal 

■ ahead of my horse. Now 1 know tn Si S 
wait."she;said., ; ■ ; . /™ 

.• Dreher : first attended a-.hunter school in 
Virginia but; decided it was loo much Into 
hiintrng. She has found her niche riding in i| 
Three-Day Eventing which is a compieie'tt 
for horse and rider. 

•Dreher's choice for horses is the sma|ia^;| 
build but it also has-to have strong, solid 
bones in order to compete well. ' " 

This pre-business major plans to finish 
school and enter the business field. She is uu- , 
certain wticlhcr'she will apply her fnajor icTi 
the horse business but is sure she will iJ 
riding horses all her life. , -..- 

During the summers, Dreher spends cverv' 
wcekcnd cither competing or going lohoni 
training school. Sonielimes, she teaches 
lessons. .• . ,-^ : ~-_ 

"I don't know what got me so hooked, As a i 
kid, I loved having people tfttl me thai ihcy ■I 
liked my horse." , - s\ 

'Next year., she hopes to move upioat 
higher level and she is practicing for ihall 
now by working with Major Bela Buttvkay a ^ 
dressage judge who had qualified to jump- 
horscis on the Olympic team. 



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n'ng The 'Line' 

With coreful bolonce. tisa Dreher. 20. of Lake Villo hangs on as the horse jumps 
obstacle on the Gyrtinastic Line at her home.— Photos by Donna Duncan. 

Allergies To Be Topic 



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Allergies, their causes, 
symptoms and treatment, 
will bo the topic of a Good 
Shepherd Hospital seminar 
entitled "Ah. Ah. Ah Choo. " 
-The-som i nar^wi I Lb<?_h c l{i_a_t_ 
the hospital from 8:50 td 11 
a.m. oh Saturday. Aug. 17 

Henry Dold. M.D.. who is 



board cerlified in alliTgy 
and immunology and a 
member of Ihe hospitals 
mi-dical staff, will discuss 
what hap pens physic ally to a 
person • when they are suV 
fcring from an allurgy. why 
some people have allergies. 



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20.year.old Lisa Dreher. of Lake Villa, concentrates while maneuvering thehofwl 
getting ii ready to jump in the Gymnosllc Line set up of her backyard stobte| 
ureher IS planning to compete In the prestigious Young Riders Championship olf 
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Suzanne Dixon, Round Lakc'and Alan Lane 
Sttdham, Northbrook, were' joined in 
marriage at 4 p.m. on May IB. 1D85 in a- 
double ring service performed by. the Rev. 
Dennis Shdw at Bowen Park. Waukegan. 

The bride's parents are Mr. George Dixon. 
Round Lake, and .Mrs. Louise Davis, 
Charleston; S.C. The bridegroom's mother is 
Mrs. CostahStidham. Zion. 

The bride was given away by her father al 
the outdoor ceremony. 

The Maid of. Honor was Celeste Maynard, 
the bride's sister. Serving as bridesmaid was 
Roberta Dixon, also the bride's sislcr. 
• Brat Man was Thomas Conway. 

A roceplion Was hold at the VFW. Hall in 
.Waukegan. followed by a honeymoon tripjo. 
NiagaraFalls, .'■. . ~ 

The bride allcndcd Round Lake 'Senior 
High School and Monniouth College. Mon- 
mouth. She was a member of Zcla Beta Tail 
Lillle Sisters club! J - •' ~ 'sy-'4-^'^-'. ' 

The groom attended Ztoh-Bentbh High' 
School. . . • . 

The couple will reside in Zion. 



frost-Olsen 

t:;A.Debbie Frost, daughter of Jack and Dee 
"Frost, of Ingleside, was married to Keith 
.Olsen, son of Jim.and BeUic Olsen, of Lake 
Villa; .: : v" :A' - ^ • ' .i^ ^ '-T^\-. 
The double-ring ceremony look place al 4 
p.m. on May 25 in Trinity Lutheran Church, 
performed by Pastor W. Paul Weeg. 

Maid of Honor was Maria Michaels, a 
friend of the bride. Bridesmaids were Jacque 
Frost, Cindy Olsen. Bridget Johnson and 
Carol Packert, Flower Girl was Tia Frost, 
cousin of the bride. _' . . . 

Best Man as Randy Olsen; brother of the 
■groom. Groomsmen were Sieve Olsen, Rich 
Packert, Dave Sheedio and Craig Glauscr. 
•JJshers were Rich Packert and Dave. 
Shecdio. Ring Bearer was Chris Olsen, a 
nephew of the groom. Acolyte was Jay FrtKl, 
cousin of the bride. • 

The wedding reception was held ,at 
Maravclla's in Ingleside. 

The couple honeymooned In Jamaica. 
They plan to reside in Ingleside. . 
>!!The bride and groom are both graduates of 
•the College of Lake County. The bride is 
currently ■ employed at Travenol 
Laboratories in Dcerfield. ;. - 



iversary 



Lifelong residents of Lake Villa, Joe and 
Hilda Nader, celebrated Iheir 60lh wedding 
anniversary at a picnic given by their family 
at the Old Lchmann Mansion in.LakcVtIta- 
Friends and relatives gathered, making the 
day a festive occasion. 

Grandson Jerry Coia. of Jcrico Soiinds, 
provided dancing music. 






~Addinga'pcr^tta1 touch to the party, the 
couple was driven to the picnic in a 1930 



Model A Ford, owned by Jim and. Vivian' 
MaplethorpofAntioch. • ^: 

Joe and Hilda arc the parents of Ralph 
(Annelicse), Martcnc (Tony) Cola and the 
late Joejr. (Shirley). The couple has 10 
grandchitdrcnand 14 great-grandchildren. 

Joe, a rctlred_^arpenter^nlracto^^^^ 
honored this year for serving as a volunteer 
Lake Villa nreflghter. 



Darrell L. Farrer and Vicki 
L.Bergeon;Gumee "^ . 
Dewey R. Gardjen and 
Patricia A. Vincent, Antioch 
Gordon J. Gerstner, North 
Chicago and Pamela B. 
Lugsdon, Lindenhurst 
Richard .T. Gregg, Great 
Lakes and Emily M. Chubb, 
Waukegan 

Kevin D. Hauser and Linda 
M.-Triplelt. Antioch -. .V^:-. . 
Charles" L, Hicks, Great 
Lakes and Kimberly S. Um- 
phreys, Waukegan 
Scott M. Mayhak, Zion and 
'Karen L. Archibald, Wad- 
Bworth TVy^*;,, 
Gregory L. Miller, 
Waukegan and Dawn M. 
Lind.Gurnee — " 

Jfeffrey R. Miller, Gumee 
'and Valerie E. Edwards, 
Grayslake 

Mark J. O'Connor and Mar- 
cella Estrada. Mundelein 
Michael L. Post; Round Lake 
Park and -Annette M. 
Esposito, Round Lake 
troy W. Robbins, Great 
Lakes . an(tl_D.eborah V. 
Lacey, Zion 

Richard A. Salinas and Da 
Lee De Leon, Iflound.Lake 
Steven M. Schwarz and 
Sharon L. Prorok, Round' 
Lake Beach 

Douglas A. Tennant, Great 
Lakes and Sherri L. Gtlkey, 
New Castle, Pa. 
LaJohn W. To'oler and Melva 
O.Midi, North Chicago 
WiUiara E. ,W6dek and 
Angela D. Pitts, Waukegan 
Frederick O. Dananay, 
Orient and Erma D.Blurton, 
Round Lake Paric 
Rory A. Eckmann and Lisa. 
C. Hedgepath, Wauconda 
Thomas D. Felnbeig and 
Cynthia • E. Bone, Great 
Lakes- -- •■■'- 

Bobby R;lrvln and Ellen M. 
Debruyncf, Fox Lake 
Kevin J. Qulnn, Barrington 
and Beverly A. UndertJerg, 
Gumee 

Gerald A. Sanneman and 
Laura A. Fritch, Round 
Lake Beach 

Gary W. Usa and Donna G. 
JMac Hanes, Lake Villa , 
Paul D. Wester, Mundelein 
and Rebeca J. Blumberg, 
Round Lake Beach. ' !■•'..: 
Daniel G. King. Park City 
and Nancy L. Bloss. 



Grayslake. 

Michael A.' Kelkovici' C§ry 
and Karen L. Klekovic, 
Wauconda. ; 

Christopher J. Lacroix, 
Great Lakes and Christine 
Parker, Detroit, Mich. 
RobertvF;. Lorch, Jr., 
Prospect Hts. and Donna J. 
Rowland, Mundelein. 
Kerry A. Marshall, Round 
Lake Park and Consuelo E. 
Garcia, Round Lake. ' 
Laurence R. . Maynard, 
Waukegan and Gail- J.- 
Banks, Lake Villa. 
Michael J. Mikich, Gurnee 



and Sharon .Rr-Beckius, 

Liberlyville. , 

John., P. Robbins, Sr., Win- 
throp Harbor and Susan A. 
Hall, Kenosha, Wis. ' 
Robert L. Roeder and Connie 
M.AIessi, Fox Lake. 
James P. Sheridan and Bon- 
nie S. Biehl, Lake Villa. 
Frank J. Polz and Joyce A, 
Cain, Liberlyville 
Francisco P. Sanchez, Glen-^ 
view and Migdalia J. San- 
tiago, North Chicago' ; ■ 
David A; Egan and Karen A. 
Tricarico, Gumee 



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Mary Clark. VMCA Board 
of Directors' secretary and 
fund raising chairperson, 
has announced that the YM- 
CA is fund raising for the 
new building by hosting a. 
Charter Boat Outing. 

The fishing outing will be 
held ' on Friday, Aug. 30, 
from B am t" nnon fnllowod 



by lunch. The cost for four 
people is IGOO or $150 per per- 
son. 

Register for a furi day of 
nshtng, boating and eating 
with friends. For more in- 
formation, call the YMCA at 
(312) 623-2350 and ask for 
Maggie.Hal] or Phil Baaske. 






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1724 E.Grand Ave .""^ 
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EYEWEAR, NO LONGER A NECESSITY? 

—EVtSURCERY-WHICH-TAKEiPlACt^VHltE^HEPAlltNT-SNOOZES- 
IN AN OUTPATIENT CENTER NOW OFFERS THE REALISTIC HOPE OF 
REMOVING EYECIASS DEPENDENCY FOR MANY WHO ARE UNCOM- 
PORTABLE WITH CONTACft lENSES OR WHO SEEK FREEDOM FROM 
EYEWEAR FOR PERSONAL 6r PROFESSIONAL REASONS. 

THESE SURGICAL TECHNIQUES. FIRST USED IN THE U.S.S.R. AND IN , 
COLUMBIA. CAUSE BEnER FOCUSING OF LIGHT WITHIN THE EYE BY 
RESHAPING THE CORNEAL WINDOW. , 

IN THE 'soviet TECHNIQUE (FYOOOROV). CMlED^OtAl 
KERATOTOMY. HALF AWUIMETER-OEEP RADIAL CUTS GOING FROM 
THE PUPIL'S EDGE TOWARD THE WHITE PORTION' ALLOW A 
NATURAL FlAnENtNG EFFEa ON THE-CENTR^L CORNEA TO OC- 
CUR,.. ■^.V-.-:^:^:*^:-,.;:-,^ ', _ 

REFINED IN THE U.S.S.R. SINCE 1*73 AND IN THE UNITED STATES 
SINCE 1978. MORE THAN 100.000 KERATOTOMIES HAVE BEENPER- 
FORMED WORLD-WIDE. -■■ .": 






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SEVERAL U.S. STUDIES HAVER RECONFIRMED ITS SAFETY AND 
HIGH EFFECTIVENESS. THOUGH SOME RARE. SERIOUS COMPLICA- 
TIONS HAVE OCCUREO. 

.KERATOTOMY 'corrects NEARSIGHTEDNESS AND 
ASTIGMATISM. • ' 

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IN THE COLUMBIAN TECHNIQUE (BARRAQUER). THE SURGEON 
USES HIGH-TECH EQUIPMENT TO REMOVE A QUARTERMIlllMETER. 
THICK CONTAQ lENSSHAPED WAFER FROM.THEfR0NT.EYEVVAlL_ 



THIS PROCEDURE. WHICH HAS A 25 YEAR TRACT RECORD. COR- 
RECTS FARSIGHTEDNESS AS WELL AS NEARSIGHTEDNESS BEYOND 
THE RANGE OF KERATOTOMY. 



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Deqn s List Honors 
ByJillSchroeder 




Jill Schroeder has been 
named to the dean's list for 
superior academic per- 
formance during the spring 
semester, announced acting 
Dean Theodore Peterson of 
the University of Illinois 
CoUege of Communications.. 

Tbe Ingleside-Long Lake 
student is majoring in ad- 
vertising. She will be 'a 
senior this fall. 

■ Jill is the daughter of Mr 
and Mrs: Wijiiam H, 
Schroeder. 

She is on the staff of the 
Daily Illlni campus and 
representative of her 
sorority, Alpha Gamma 
Delta, to the Panhellenic 
Council; a member of the 
campus affairs committee of 
the Student Government 
Assn., and a member of the 



IIUiu Union Board. ' 

Jill is a graduate .pf Car- 
mel High School for Girls. 




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Salvatore M. Abene and 
Kathryn A. Grifford, Round 
Lake Park 

Townsend Barlow, Wildwood 
and Gail E. Glocde, Gumee 
Andrew T. Cummings, 
Grayslake and Rita K. De 
Long, Waukegan 
Russell A. Puoss and Tina 
-M. Say lor. Round Lake 
James R. HatrrcU and 
Sandra S. Norman, Gumee 
David B. Magnuson, Mun- 
detcin and Caryn L. Meyer, 
Lincolnshire 

Thomas J. Forkenbrock and 
L incite M. Barnes. Park City 
Juan Gutierrez .and Marilyn 
Cruz, North Chicago " 
Patrick S. Herendeen. 
Lansing. Mich, and Donna 
E. Quasthoff, Wauconda 
William J. Larocquc. 
Houston. Tex. and Juliann 
M. Omialck. Wauconda 
Agripino Lujan Jr., and 
Tracy L, Simons, Great 
Lakes 

Robert W. McCarten and 
Christina M. Zagone, Round 
Lake Park 

John P. Morzos and 

Margaret E. Mc Cabe. An- 

tioch. 

Juan L. Rodriguez, Round 

—Lake — Beach and__Jolcno^ 

Kaasa. Lindcnhurst 

Gerald E. Bobrick and Ida 

M.Bobrick. Park City 

Steven F. Burnett and 

Sandra L. Schumann, l^kc 

Villa 

William L. Fletcher and 

Carie L. Johnson, North 

Chicago 

Robert E. Gibson and 

Johnnie M. Lankford, 

Mundelein 

. Noe P. Hernandez. 
Waukegan and Martha 

Romero.-North Chicago 

William T. Porter, 
Waukegan and Signc K. 
Bakke, Kenosha, Wis. 
Donald D.' Rhoades and 
Sherry A. Wehmeyer, Round 
Lake Beach 
David M. Shaver and Valerie i 
AJ Shaw, Mundelein ' -- 
Daniel A. Smyth and 
Michelle C-Bushing,^RQund_ 
Lake Beach 
Michael P. Bertram and 

jearoly_nEtol«i, Park Cily„ 

Robert B orgbgraef ~a n d - 
Margrit G. Huetter, Lake 
Forest ' * . 

WiiHam-TT-^BrendeKJiviyn. 
Lak^, Wis: and Linda M. 
Pierce, Fox Lake . 
Bruce A. Brugioni and Lori 
^ A. M orrissey . G urnee 



Michael D. Smith, Liber- 
tyvitlc and Kathleen M. Hill, 
Grayslake. 

Drexel L. Stilt and Lisa A. 
McKissick, North Chicago. 
James R. Tanner. Jr., Great 
Lakes and Jo Ann Nygaard, 
Mundelein. 

Mark R. Tulalo, Great Lakes 
and Deana L. Payeau. Tuc- 
son, Ariz. 
Raymond R. Walls. Jr., Fox 

Lake and Andrea M. 

Amrich, Wauconda. 

Michael F. Welsh and Susan 

B. Seiden. Lake Forest. 



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LlllioifGordon 

Private services for Lillian . 
A. Gordon (nee Hansen), 72, 
or Fox Lake were held at the*. 
K.K. Hamsher Funeral 
Home in Fox Lake (in Ihc 
chapel on the lake). 

Mrs. Gordon died on 
Tuesday, Aug. 6 at St. : 
Theresc Hospital in* 
Waukegan. She was bom on 
Dec. 22, 1912 in Chicago. 

Survivors include her- 
husband; Joseph C. Gordon; 
one son. Keith G. Gordon of , 
Arlington;. Texas; two- 
daughters, Bonnie ( Martin) 
Ppttgether of McHenry and ' 
Terry (Bill) Townlcy of Won- 
der Lake; four grand- 
daughters ; and olheF 
relatives. 

Frieda Indian ^:^; 

Funeral services for Frieda . 






M. India, 89, of Anlioch were 
held pn^ Thursday, Aug. 8 in 
Antloch.; ^ 

Mrs. India died mi Mon- 
day, Aug. 5 at her home. She 
was bom on Feb. 13. 1896 in 
Chicago,- and had lived there 
until moving to Antioch in 
1966.,..-;--/:' • 

She was a member or SL 
Stephen Lutheran Church in 
Antioch. Survivors include 
otieson, Michael of Antioch; 
one 'daughter, Grace (Ken- 
neths Radlcin of Chicago; 
and three grandchildren. 

Interment was at 
Ridgewood Cemetery in Dcs 
-Plaines,-^^^^^ — -^l_::._ — ._^ . 



Robert Mosherls 

Funeral services for Robert 
E. Masheris. 70. of Anlioch 





Ends Season 



More thati 150 children at- 
tending the last ' week's 
sessions of "Project 
Aware." the, annual Fort 
Sheridan day camp for Lake 
County children, were guests 
at a gala garden pariy on 
Aug., 1, featuring cookies, 
lemonade. volleyball, , 
frisbies. game&and contests. 

Music. was provided by 
members of tlie 4th Army 
Band onjhe lakefront lawn 
of the residence occupied by 
Lt. General Edward C. 
Peter, commanding general 
of the Fourth U.S. Army, 
wli<tre. his wife Jean ■was . 
hostess. ■ '-rr ^'J' 

The Peter's residence and 
grounds are the best-known : 
quarters at Fort Sheridan. 
Originally, constructed more 
than 90 years ago to be the 
home of the rpost com- . 
mander:" it has been 
traditionally assigned to the 
installation's highest -rank! n- 
g ofTicerand his family. 

Incorporating some of the 
most elegant architectural 
innovations of its day. the 
home remains of special in- 
terest for visitors as an in- 
tegral ;stnicturc in Fort 
Sheridan's National Historic" 
: Landmark draignat ion. 

The event marked the end, 
of tlM! six-week camping 
season at F«1 Sheridan. A professional juggler will 

iponsored by iheiakpCou n- perform at the Waukegan 
ty Community Action . Public Library. All ages ire 
Project (LCCAP). with the invited to the librafey 



post museum. MP station, 
and the dental clinic were all 
part of the schedule: 

Counseling and "rap 
sessions" covered such 
diverse topics; as human 
relations; drug and alcohol . 
atxise. hygiene. . nutrition, 
family relations, faniily 
planning and safety, usually 
led by volunteer professional 
staff personnel and Fori 
Sheridan ofTicers. 
- Noon meals were served 
each day at the post Con- 
solidated Dining Facility. As 
with all otlier expenses, fun- 
ding-was: provided by LC- 

:cAp. 

As the "garden party" 
drew to 9 cloGe. Rbbinsoa ex- 
pressed . gratitude lo the 
many Fort Sheridan ^ lUaff 
people wtM) nuide (bfsn- 
selves available to the cam- 
pers thrdugboiit thesix-we^ 
day camp period. 

"it would be nice if it u^as a 
longer season. There are still 
plenty oT kids who wodd en-, 
joy an experience, like this." 
hedeclared. 




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cooperation of the in 
stallation's Equal Em-, 
ployroent Opportunity Of- 
fice. 

More than 900 children 
each had a full week of day 
camp at the Ariny post over 
the summer. "Project 
Aware** was ^instituted 15 
years ago to provide 
youngsters of Idw-income 
Lake cuuiiiy laimnc* »i»i«.»«. 
-camp expericnccJheyjnighU 
-othcrwLse-never-have,_The_ 
camp has been continued 
eversince. • , .. 

Under the djrcclion in 1985 
ol Kenneth Robinson, 
economic coordinator for 
LdtAP. its bu-scs picked up 
Ihc children from spccin? 
communities each da^v in the 
carlymomipg and relumed 
them at about 3 p.m. after a 
full day of . recreational, 
athlclicand social activities. 
TypiralK-;: Ihe children 
were divided, into groups 
ages ,(i-ll , and _t2-t8. with 

~ daily activity schedules moh 
chcd to suit their' inlercsls; 
Swimming. V gymnastics. 

^bowlirigiibuldoorsporls^rts 

and crafts, plus visits lo the 



were held on Saturday, Aug. 
10 in Antioch. 

Mr. Masheris died on Aug.. 
7 at ViclQry Memorial 
Hospital in Waukegan. He 
-was bom on March 13, 1915 
in Chicago, and hiad been a 
resident; of Antioch for the 
past 11 years. ' T^—- - 

He was, a tool, and die 
maker for International Har- 
vestor for over 30 years, 
having retired in 1977. He 
wiis a member of St. Peter's 
Church in Aqtioch.. 

Survivors mclude his wife. 
Eleanor .(nee Safranski); 
(wo daughters, Carol 
(George) McKulski of West 
Dundee and Judy Masheris 
of Antioch; one son. Robert 
(Anne) of ; Dcerfield; six 
grandchildren: three 
brothers; and one sister.' 

In ter m e iij._, .was a t 
Ridgewood Cemetery in Des 
Plaines. 

•Elmer Petersen^- 

- Graveside services- for 



Elmer H. Petersen, 67, of 
Fox Lake were held on Mon- 
day, Aug. 5 at Ml. Emblem 
Cemetery in Elmhursl. 

Mr. Pelereen died on Thur- 
sday, Aug. 1 at the VA 

, Medical Center , in North 
Chicago. He was born on, 

.Jan.' IC, 1918 in Chicago.. 

. _He was a World-WaivJI 
veieran and a truck dispat- 
cher for Bowman Dairy in 
Chiciago. ; ; • .. ■ 

Survivors triclude two 
daughlers, Linnea Petisrsen 
and Darmae Melody of Buf- 
falo Grove;' his mother, 
Carrie (Paulsen) Petersen; 
and two brothers. 



GoilSell 

. Funeral services for Gail 
Sell; 72, formerly of Mun- 
delein were held on Friday, 
Aug^ 9 in Libcrtyville. 

Mr. Sell died on Aug. 7 at 
Northwest Memorial 
Hospital. He was a retired 
milk route man for the 
Meadow Gold Dairy of Mun- 



delein and had resided in the 
Mundelein area for more 
■ than 30 years. 

Survivors include _one 
daughter, Rosemary Libutti 
of Liberty vi lie; one feon, 
Robert (Christine) Sell of 
Wildwood; .and four grand- 
children. 

Interment w^s at Highland 
Memorial Park- in Liber- 
tyville. _ ". 

Thomas Somerville 

Funeral services were held, 
for ., Thomas Earle; Somcr- 
.ville, '87, 'formerly ."ra' long 
lime resident of Antioch, 

Mr. Somerville died on 
July 22. He was born on Jan: 
9, 1898 in Highland Park, 
moving withjiis parents to 
Antioch in igtfZ.'^ j^ir'^ j 

He was a member of St. 
Ignatius Episcopal Church 
for many yearsand also the ' 
Moose Lodge for 42 years. 

Survivors include his wife, 
Geofgta Lotus Somerville of 
Moose Haven of Orange 



Park, Fla; amd three 
nieces. Interment was- in 
Florida. . 

John Vermeyen 

Funeral services for John 
C. Vermeyen, 80, of Round. 
Lake \^ere held onFnday, 
Aug. 9 aCthfe Strang Funeral 
Home in Antioch. 

Mr. Vermeyen "died on 
Wednesday, Aug. 7 at Con- 
dell Memoriar Tospital in 
Libertyville. He was t>om on 
Jan. 19, 1905 in Antwerp, 
Belgium, and came to the 
United Stales in 1938. He . 
lived in- - Chicago t)efore 
: moving to Round .Lake in 
1983, ■ . - '' -'--ic^;-' 

He ^yas a member of the 
Belgium American Club of 
Chicago. He had owned and 
operated the Cresent Plating 
Co, in Chicago before his 
retirement in 1967. 

Survivors include his wife, 
Gcrmaine; one brother; and 
one sister. Interment was 
private. 



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An all-breed dog show and 
■ water rescue demonstration 
will be held Sunday. Aug. 25. 
from.lO a.m. to 4:30 pjn. at 
The Lambs, located at the 
junction of 1-94 and Rte. 176. 
two miles east .of Libcr- 
tyville. Admission and 
parking ftK* the event, spon-' 
sored by The Little Fort Ken^ 
nel Chib of Waukegan. . are 
free.-;'- 

Pure bred dc^ of alt ages 
are digible. for competition. 
AKC licensed judges will 
rate, the: dogs 1n severaJT 
cateiEorks.' Including spbr- 
tifljB.- Daah«portliig, obedien- 
ce, junior sbdwtnanship and 
herdii^ ^^^ .'. 

Pupi^es and adults, and 
male and female dogs will 
con^wte in separate classes, 
with ribbons . and hand- 
cnfled trophies being awar- 
ded to the winners in each 
class. . Novices are en- 
couragedi to enter their pure 
breds to gain experience for 
futin«=HCompctitton.---sincc- 
cfaampions and major poin- 
ted dogs may not compete. 

The pre-entry fee of $4 

may be sent to Lee Douglas. 

10(715 W. Eastwood Rd.. 

-Waukegan^JVddilionaL en- 



until 2:30 p.m., and again for 
dinner from 4. to 7 p.m. 
Keservattons can tie made 
by calling (312) 362-5050. The 
Lambs Country Shops, in- • 
eluding the Pel Shop, Per- 
simmon Tree Card and Gift 
Shop, Aunt Mary's Country. . 
Store, .Laml}s End Thritt 
SlK)p, Children's Farmyard 
and Snack Shop will also be ' 
open. All purchases t>eherit 
The Lamt)s, a .non-proTit 
community where mentally 
retarded adults live and 

-.woHt. 

FoT: more information 
about the dog show, call Lee 
Dougla8at(312)24»«7D. . 



"■ ■ "J- . 
The Lake County 

Residential Development 
Corp. propose to submit an 
application for Year 12 
Funding under Lake 
County's Community, 
Development BloHck. Grant 
Program. _ .^^;v;^: . , v 
-It is currently in- 
vestigating the feasibility of 
the cooperative . form--; of 
home"' ownership .for 
moderate income families. 
A public hearing has t>een 



scheduled for Aug. 20, at 1 
p.m. ^t 34425 North Almond 
Rd., Warren To^ynship. to 
solicit public opinion on this 
proposal. Written comments 
ainc also encouraged ' atu) ■ 
should be sent. to Eve Lee, . 
President, Lake County . 
'Residential Development 

Corporation, 300 North 

S^mour, Muindelein. 
If there are any questioos, 

please contact Lee at t3lZ) 

367-1855. : fir ^'i'.: 



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UrtflM DeadltiHi 

Lakeland Newspap»s has 
the latest chissified ad- 
vertising deadline around-^, 
11 a.m. Tuesday. 



Registration b now being 
taken for fall, studies dt 
Greasepaint - & SpoUlghts. 
Once again classes are being 
offered in acting. Staging 
and dance, oil beginning, in- 
termediate. . and advanced 
levels 'ntic fHll iherf will 



also be several classes of- 
fered for- adults only In the 

three performii^ areas. For 
further infomuUoa, or to 

register adults or children 
for the fall session, call 
(312)680^686. 



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auditorium on Friday. Aug. 
16. from 2 to 2:45 p.m. to 
watch Mike . Vondruska. 
"mindboggling . madcapped 
master of mixed-HP 
manipulation." *>-• 7^ 

Children three and under 
must be accompanied by an 
adult. Voodriiska has per- 
formed oh- Bozo's Circus. 
Chirago Shrine Circus and 
King^, Richard's Fairc, to 
Tiameafewr 



"Thisprogram 'is bdng-coK, 
. sptHisored by the library and 
the Waukegan Junior 
Women's League. 



tries are $2. Gate entries are 
$5. and additional gate en- ~ 
tries are $3. No entries will - 
be accepted after 9:30 a.m. 
■on the day of the com- 
petition. Judging begins at 10 
; a.m. • . L. 

Beginning at noon, highly- 
trained Ne^ouhdland dogs 
will perform a water rescue 
demonstration in The Lamci- 
bs! lake. The dogs are well 
known for their abilities in 
-aquatic environments and 
Tiaveloiig^rved as^orking- 

"^companions to man. — 

" The Lambs Country Inn 
Restaurant will be open for 
Sunday Brunch from 11 a.m. 



At first, the 
family was 
upset, Then, 
the funeral director 
a ssurcd'them that 
k-^Sally's reaction was perfcjctlyT 



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223 W. Woshingfo fi Si. , 
Round Lake. III. r- 

(312) 546-1404 

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normal. He also took time to explain 

how all the family, members could help Sally 

work through her grief for her grandfather." 

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by CHARLENE WHITNEY "• 

If you are looking for a dog or cat that is a 
baby or grown and is mixed or full blood- 
bred, there are many places to look. Some go 
to the pet stores or the newspaper adds. 




Have you thought to check out your local 
animai sheiier and did you know thai they 
have all of the above and even purebreds? 



Many people beleivc that these pets are 
there as someone's leftovers. This is far from 
the truth. These arc animals that .need a 
home and someone to love. They arc more 
likely to earn your trust, and want your love 
faster, than most because they don't have it 
now and might not have ever had it. 

The fee for these animals is so small. It 
.covers veterinarian' checks and spaying or 
neutering. Often, you arc given a leash and 
'collar and told that if the animal doesn't 
work out, they will give you another to try. 
These people want (he. animal happy and 
healthy and in the right home that can in turn 
love it. Do the ads and pet stores offer the 
same or is it just high prtces*and chances? 

Judy Klos and her family shared a very 
special story with me that I wouldjikc to 
pass on. They now have a dog named Kelly 
and she is three years old. The part Golden 
Setter and Springer Spaniel is of medium - 
size of about 48 pounds with black hair and a 
carmcl colored face. 

Her story began about 18 months ago when 
they had to put their old dbg to sleep. There 
are six kids living in the Klos house and they 
were all very sad over the loss of their dog. 

One day after being in Decrficld. Judy 
asked her kids If they would like to slop in 



and look at the animals in Orphans of the 
Storm They didn't really have another dog 
in mind just yet but fell like. looking. "They 
saw a lot of wonderful dogs and then it hap- 
pened. The family saw Kelly looking at them 
with those bright eyes of joy ,J-y^-., 
THcy asked the shellcr to hold the dog until 
the father of the family could come out and 
see her. Before everyone knew it, Kelly was 
on the way home! . . '' 



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Kelly had only been in ll>e shelter for two 
or three days. The first family she belonged 
to had taught the dog to come on command 
and to sit on coinmand. Housebreaking was 
already done and she never chewed. One 
could easily see that she had been wcll- 
groomcd and well-cared for. Many of the 
dogs arc not as lucky as Kelly. 



The Klos family had paid 525 for ih^r *. 
and was told that if she didn't woriT^r!^ 
bring her back and Oiey could tiTaiSw 

dog. However, the fee was not rcfundabWf 
the vet's surprise, she had been spayed u! 

^"^ TJ? JSf? P^'lf"' *^"'' ^«>- -nwsfi 

were Inducted for rabies and disicmDer T 
. a collar and leash were provided • ' i^ 

On (he. way home, the family discm*f»i I 
thai Kelly loves car rides. iLem^ 
nights started out with the dog bed nai i« 
Judy's bcd..A few weeks later. Kelly decky 
to sleep in the kids' bedrooms. whereX 
woke them each morning lo gel ready r« 
school. . . - 

Kelly loves lo play with the kids and » 
game of ball or frisbce is right up her alley 
She loves ib.nin and meet Ihc school bi 
when the kids come home.. 

This Family pet even learned a couple ii 
tricks. She can shake hands aiid speak (« 
command;; 

Judy says. "Kelly is an excellent dog;- 
great with the kids, gentle, and hasnevir' 
damaged anything." " 

It looks like this farhily and this doglan ' 
found their needs arc fuiniled. Hcmcmbwa 
all came about because this family slopped 
in to check out the pets at the animal shelKr.^ 



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Long Ball Hitters 
To Compete Aug. 1 7 



The City of VVaukegan and 
the Waukegan Baseball 
Assn. arc issuing a challenge ' 
lo all area "Long Ball Hit- 
lers" lo show oH Iheir home 
run hilling skills in Iho First 
Ever Waukcgan Long Ball 
Conlesi The contest, 
scheduled for 6:30 p.m. until 
8:30 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 
17. at VVaukegan's Bowen 
Park, will offer area home 
hitlers Ihc opportunity lo 
meet their competition head- 
to-head in Lake County's 
only organized home run 
derby competition. 

Bob Dernier, ccnlerfielder 
for the Chicago Cubs, will 
act as master of ceremonies 
for the contest, Dernier. 
whose appearance is being 
provided courtesy of 
WauRegari Tiro and Supply, 
Co.. will also be avaitatilc to 
greet fans during a free 
autograph session. 

'•The Waukegan Long Ball 
Contest is a team com- 
petition, featuring an open 
division, female only 
division, over 35 years old 
division and an industrial 



lers lo come forward and 
participate in this home run 
exhibition," Bufanosaid. 

"Each of Ihe parlicipaling 
learns will receive 12 
baseballs lo hit from a bal-.« 
ling "T" placed al home 
plate. The team hitting the 
most home runs or the 
longest ball will be declared 
Ihe winner. Awards will be 
presented to each mcml>er of 
the winning team in each of 



the four 
ded 



divisions." he ad- 



Admission to the 
Wai^ittgan Long Ball Con- 
lost, which is $3 for adulls 
and $1.50 for children ll 
years old and younger, will 
entillcmjc County baseball 
fans entry to Ihe home run 
exhibition plus Uie Con- 
tinental Amateur %ascball 
Assn. World Series game, 
which will follow the contest. 



Northwest Loop 
To Start Sept. 8 



Two learns will be 
represenling the lakeland 
urea in thl- Northwest 
Football L^-ague They are 
the Grayslake Colls and the 
Warren Towaship Packers, . 
Kegistration lor the 
Grayslake Colts was held 
last Saturday from 9am 
until 1 p.m. K you mi.ssed 
last Saturdays signup dale, 
you will still t>e allowed lo 
join the team. 



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division." flalph fiufano, 

Waukcgan Long Ball Contest— s, *" '"-^' ^"^^ already have 
Chairman n^nlainprf "Th.> ^^E"*^ "P- an^* ^^e coaches 

were hoping to have around 



_ Fifty boys already have 

Chairman, iJxplained. "The 
teams in each of the four 
divisions are limited to four 
members, with each mem- 
ber hitting three baseballs 
during the competition. Con- 
test participants need only 
bring their powerful home 
run swings as our committee 
-will-provide batsrbaseballs— P'ayers will practice five 
-and-abatting-'T'.'-Bufano — days-a week-fbr I'v to i^^^^at 
added. hours. During school 

"We're lookinjg for all of players will practice ihret 



hours 

Players kick^ofj 

season Sept. B^ Teams Ihal 
will Im- laced tn league play 
this year are: Cary Grove 
Trojans. Cry.«;tal Lake 
Haiders. Lake Zurich 
Flames. Warren Township 
Packers. Waukegan Mer- 
chants, and Zion Zeellee's. 

If you have any questions 
concerning the Grayslake 
ColLs. contact Henry, or 
Betty .Sneyd al <312» "zii 4135 
for further information 



UK) boys for the Colls. Head 
coach Henry Sneyd is hoping 
for a big turnout. 

Practices arc held at 
Woodview School. The 
practice schedule is as 
follows: Before school slarLs 



Freshmen Football The Big Mdf Ch 




Incoming freshmen at 
Hound Lake Senior High 
School who are intereslcd in 
joining football should at- 
tend the first practice at 9::»() 
a.m.-,- on Weidnosdav. Auu 
the 



Lake County's long ball hit- tinies a week for about i ' ; 



Tiigh school. All 
physicals and insurance 
waivers must turned in prior 
to the practice. 



Waucondd noiivo Brian B^ttis, right, battles It out with Jerry Harrli during o Uflht 
Hoovywoight professional bout at Osoge Pork on Aug. 10. Bettit. who was 7-0 oio 
professional fighter, did not win this one as If was a draw.-Pholo by Croig Vogel. . 

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.Gymnastics ;: is a ; yeair- 
roiind sport for Milte Parina. 

The: Mundelein High 
School student, second in the 
state last winter in the all- 
around, event, has tried to. 
practice every day this sum- 
mer.**'! work out three or 



four hours a day when I get a 
chance," he said; 

'Farina was rated as one of 
the best in the state in liis 
event but his runnenip finish 
was still somewhat of a sur- 
prise because he was just a 
sophomore. 

He said he is toolting for- 



ward lo the next iwo years of freshman year 
competition and thinics he 
may be capable 61 tailing fir- 
st in state, both his junior 
and senior years; 

All-around means' the 
gymnl^st competes in all six 
events with the scores com- 
piled. Farina was I7th his - He commented that he was 



Fari^n does not rate any 
particular event as his best 
but says he has to work a lit- 
tle harder on his floor exeri. 
cise than on. any of the 
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a little surprised by his high 
rank because of a bad start 
last season, but had set his 
sights on a high finish. 

.Farina's grandmother 
said she wasn't surprised by 
his. high finish and thought 
he was quite capable of it. 



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(CormelCorsoirsworkhord during their first day of practice on Aug. 12. Head 
ichJIm Rejc will have his troops doing double lesslons throughout -the first 
ak of practice In order to get ready for the 1985-86 campaign.— Photo by Jody 
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i rst Week Of Pr<iGt ice 
Begins For Area Teams 



I jikcland area teams star- 
Hed varsity foolball practice 
on Aug. 12. preparing for 
what evcr>'l>ody hopes lo l>c 
on exciting IUB5-86 cam- 
Round Lake 
Head Coach Mike Dunn con- 
ducted his first Icam prac- 
k- lice at nighr. from 6:. 10 8:^0 



Warren High School 

The Warren Twp. High- 
School foottwll toahi began 
-practice on Monday. Aug. 12 
getting ready for the Iim5RC 
football season, Foolball 
Coach Reggie Hughes had 
the Icam out working hard 
gclting: in shape for the up- 
coming season. 



GCHSmighSchool — 

The Grayslrfkie Com- 
munily High School foolball 
.Icam began practicing Tor 
Hie J9ari-86 football season on 
Monday. Aug, 12 Coach Tom 
Willum handed put ecjuip^ 
men! as well as starting Ihc 
first team workout. 



KiS !L?r.tor/m'r: Paddock, Fey Win 

year, as he anticipates Owt . ' 

there will be no cuts made hake County was .BliKjminglon. 

for this year's varsitv^quad. 

Cormel • ' 

Carmel Heaa~Coach;~Jirir 
Rejc has had his troops 
working hard with double 
sessions ihroughoutthe.firsl 
week of practice. Equipment 
pick-up for the Corsairs star- 
ted on Aug. 9. 



hake_ County was 
represented well as Chcrie 
Paddotk or Grayslake. and 
^Ed-Fev- of Wildwoo<l wotl 
titles in the \'M* Illinois 
Kami Bureau Slate Golf 
TniM-namenl «' 



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Haddock won m the :i5 and 
over ca tegory, and Fey in 
the asscK'iale male"categor\T 
Paddock is Grayslake High 
golf coach. 



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The days of flintlocks and 
fur trading will return at the 
All-Midwest Hunting and 
Outdoor Show/ opening 

, August 29 at the Lake County 
Fairgrounds. 

Members of the Smoky 
Hollow Muzzle Loaders will 
camp frontier-style on the 
grounds^ for all five days of 
the Show, offerfng^ in- 
struction, in blacksmithing, 
flint and steel campfire 
building, open fire cooking 
and other frontier skills. 
They'll also present 
demonstrations . of early'- 
American - firearm 
techniques Saturday, August 
31 through Monday, ■Sep- 
tember 2 at noon. 

"Our encampment at the 
Show will he completely 
primitive," said Dick 
Mendenhall,' the group's, 
range officer. "We'll l>e' 
living in authentic teepees 
and lean-to's. WeUl prepare 
ail of our meals over open 
campfircs, .using recipes' 
dating back several hundred 

': years. And, we'll dress in 
clothings authenic to the 
pCTiod from 1720 -to' 1860, 
carr>ring muskets, flintlock 
and percussion rifles, period 
shotguns and pistols." ' 

No flashlights? No 
sleeping bags? 

"We're not cutting any 
comers." he insisted. "It'll - 

'be a n^enactmeht of an 
actual hunters' rendezvous, 
just like the one our club 

" holdsevcry September^ 



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"Each of our members 
makes probably 90 to 95 
percent of their equipment," 
Mendenhall observed, "and 
as a result we maintain a 

. number of crafts that for all 
intents and purposes have 
been forgotten — 
blacksmithing, meat drying, . 
and quill work, for example. 
One of our members even 

. went to an Indian reser- 
vation to teach quill work." 
.-.Tiie group meets for a 
"shoot" the flrst Sunday of 
every month, at the West 

-Bend' Barton Sportsman's 
Club north .of West Bend, 
Wisconsin. "Our shoots 

_consistjof five^to six mat- 
ches, and. are open to the" 



public." Mendenhall said. 
"We hold primitive matches, 
in which we compete to split 
rifle balls on an axe head, 
and that type of thing. We 
alternate these with con- 
temporary, paper target 
marches." 

The shoots take place rain 
or shine ^ even in the dead 
of winterV"! have to admit, 
though, that our January 
■shoot is attended by about 
ten to fifteen hardy souls 
who duck inside . frequently 
for hot coffee," he confesses. 
Although the - . Smoky 
Hollow Muzzlo Loaders 
describe themselves as "a 
non-profit club dedicated to 
the use and preservation of 
muzzle-loading firearms,", 
the guns themselves are oidy 
a part of the club's allure. . 

"It's our way of. escaping 
the - high-tech society we 
. have to deal with Monday 
through Friday," Men- 
denhall explained. "It's 
Independence, it's freedom. 
And there's no clock to 
watch," i 

Other attractions . at the 
All-Mfdwest HunUng and 
Outdoor Show include 
hunting dogs and ac- 
cessories, sporting arms, 
decoys, collectibles, archery 
equipment,' game birds, 
bhick powder and other 
displays of interest lo the 
outdoorsman. Contests, a 
trap range,- an _archery 
range, and more than 30 free" 

_5eminars^ _.3nd demon - 

strations will also be 
featured. 

Show hours are:, Aug. 29 
and 30, noon lo 7 p.m.,; Aug.' 
1 and Sept. 1, 10 a.nv to 7 
p.m.*. Sept. 2. 10 a.m. to 5 
p.m. Admission is $5 for 
adults, $2.50 for children six 
to 12, and free for children 
aged five and under. 

The Lake County 

Fairgrounds are located at 

the intersection of Illinois 

Highway 120 and Rte, 45, 

four miles west of 1-94.- 7-- 

, For more information,: 

write: All^idwest Hunting 

-& Outdoor Showr 2400 East 

Devon Ave., Suite 205, Des 

Plaines, 111. 60018. 

-Telephone: <312> 299-3131. 



will .offer a Pre-season 
Stroke Clinic beginning 
Sep.13, and will run;: on!. 
Friday . afternoons and. 
Saturday mornings for seven . 
weeks,-, ' • ,"-^^'s''/ 

The clinic will offer in- 
struction on stroke 
techniques, starts, turns and 
conditioning, and will enable 
swimmers to see and learn 
what a swim team Is all 
about Jiefore joining the. 
Dolphins in October. 

Sign-up for the seven-week 
Stroke Clinic starts Aug. 26 
for members at a cost of |20. 
Non-member sign-up .will 
startSep.3atacostofS30. 

If- you would like more 
information on the Dolphins 
or the Stroke Clinic, please 
call Camp Duncan YMCA'at 
(312)54fr€U6. 




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Wauconda ^ , 

WiuKonda High School 
Head Football coach Fred 
lx)ffredo was looking for- 
ward " to meeting with 
returning players and new- 
recruits for the foolball team 
on the first day of practice on 
Aug. 12. He said he will be 
iising a corlain' philosophy 
regarding orfcn.se that is 
different than what was used 
- b\-f ormer-coachJ.cn:SiaM 



UffredawitI depend on -the 
calibur of his players and 
will not use th e option type of 
" orfcn.sc. uscd-by-lasl-yenrV 
coach;, -^ 

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Almost 400 runners par- 
ticipated' "in ; Ihe second 
'•Great America loK'' held 
las! Sunday al Six Flags 
Great America in Gurnw. 
The mayor of Gumee. Dick 
Wehon.' slarled_this race 
thai raised $4.UM» for'the, 
Society's program.^,, of.. 
"research, "patient ^Xiniineial 
a.ssistance and educalinn, 
. Accordfng to Dan Kuhn. 
. »acV Coordinalqr, tlie event- 



■nut ' ' «"" ' : 

7^nllIliiu»r5lir,tKMrforthi 
Socieiy since.it began last 

vear. ' . ^^ v . 

liJrhc r ace was i>rgan iy.etl l>y, 
- Gurnee Running ctutr-and 



cniployecs of Paiily Honda In 
Lilwrtyville. Major sponsors 
included Eastern Air Lines. 
\VCK(i and Coca- Cola 
Eiisjern Air Linw awarded 
round Irip ticket's for two (0 
anvvvhere in Ihe U.S. ihal 
Ihev riy.lo the top money 
raiser, David Wermiind. of 
Aurora. . . 

For more information on 
leuken'iia and.lheXvork of Ihe 
Sneiety conlact - Ihe 

-l,iM'knmia.^isiic.iilL>: M. 

Anieriea. Inc.. Illinois 
ChHplet, 2(>:i N. Wabash. 
f.-hic:«go. llLW»6<H..t:n->i72fi. 

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More teams are .t)ein£ 
sought for a .>I2;inch. non- — 
cla^ic slowpitch Softball 
- tournament being sponsored 
by U.S. Cable of Lake 
County, the Miller Brt-wing 
Co. and Sports Vis ion. 

The event will be held on 
Saturday and Sunday. Aug. 
17-18. and the deadline for 
entries is'Thursday. Aug. 15. • 

Games will be played at 

Dugdalc and Belvidero 

parks in WaukcganrTdur- " 
namcnt Director Dave 
Logan has indicatcdTthat 19 
teams have already entered, 
from throughout Lake 
County a nd Kenosha. Wis. , 

It will be a double- 
elimination event and ac> 
cording to Logan, trophies, 
cash, jackets * and .'an 
assortment of other prizes 
will be awarded. 

Teams interested in en- 
tering can call Logan at 
<312I3.T6-7200. 



Cole - - 

Finishes 

Triathlon 



, Wauconda High School has 
announced the first day of 
practice for each of its Fall 
athletic programs. 

Football practice has 
already begun (Aug. 12). as 
has volleyball praclice ( Augi 
:j4). The first day of practice 
for Soccer will be Monday. 
Aug. 19 » 3 p.m.); Cross 
Couhtry^Monday. Aug.. 19 t9 
a.m.): Tennis-Monday. Aug. 



19 19 ajnTiT~and~Golf- 
Wednesday. Aiig. 28 t after 
school). 
_A1 1 praclices will be coiw 



dueled at Wauconda High 
School and athletes are en- 
couraged to come in this 
week lo take care of the 
various paper work in- 
volved. 

Submit News 

News from community 
groups' and organization.^ 
always is: welcome -at 
Lakeland Newspapers, If 
-you—have— informalion_-to_ 
submit, simply, address the 
editor, care of ihi.K 
newsjfwper,. , ; , 



Round Lake Area Pdrk 
District fitness instructor 
Lori Cole demonstrated her 
fitness and endurance by- 
competing. in, and flnishing. 
her first Triathlon on 
Saturday ."Aug. 3 in Crystal 
Lake. " ■ ' 

The Trialhion was a 
continuous three stage event 
that included a:3/4-niil^Jlake' 

s wi m . 25-inile : bike race and . 
a 6.2-milc road run. 
-.--Lori_was_one_p_r oyer 700 
participants, froih across the 
midwest who competed in 
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Fwleral Notwnol Moftgoge 
'AssockMion. ocDrporatton. 
Pkwrtifl. 

" w». ; 
Noicm R. Bonks, at ol.. - 
Itefenilanls. 
No.SSCh4I?2. 
IhB raquisile aflidavil 

.for - publication having 
been filed, notice is hereby 
given. ; you,, Archie 
Chodiranond UNKNOWN 
OMtBXS delendontls) in 
the above entitled suit, 
ihot.lhe sotd-suit hos been 
cbnimenced in the Circuit 
Collt^ ol Lake G>unty. 

■ Choncecy Division, by the 
said"p<ain1ifl— ogainst you 
and other defendants. 
[ praying for the foreclosure 
of a certain (Mortgoge) 
-conveying the premises 
described os follows, to- 
wit: , . 

' lot 39 in -George R. 
Lyon's First Subdivision 
of the East 332 feet of* 
the Fair Grounds, being 
d port of the South 
West quorter of Section 
21. Township 45 North. 
Range 12. Eost of the 
Third Principal 

Meridian, according to 
the l>lat titereof. recor- 
ded November 7. 1903 
as Document 72S46 in 
Book "F" of Plats, Page 
48, in Lake County. 
Illinois. commonly 
known os: 120 North St. 
Jomes. Woukegon. 
Illinois fiOOeS, 

^ and which said (Mortgage) 

' vwos mode by . Nolan R. 
Btmks, St., Mortgogor, to 
Swburfaon Coastal Cor- 
poration, as (Mortgagee), 
and recorded in the office 
of the Recorder of Deeds of 
Loke County, Illinois, as 
document -number 
212)569. and for other 
relief: thai summons wos 
duly issued out of the said 
Court ogoinst you as 
provided by low, ond thai 
tlie sold suit is now pen- 
ding. 

Now. ihfrtelore, unless 
' you, the said obove nomed 
defendont{s}, file your on- 
swer to the Complaint in 
Ifie said suit or olhorwise 
moke rour oppeoronce 
therein, in ifie office of the 
Qerk oil the Grcuit Court 
of LcAe County, in the Lake 
County Courthouse 
Woukegon. Illinois, on or 
t>elore the 9th day of Sep- 
tember. 198S. default moy 
be entered ogoinst you at 
any lime of ter that day orKi 
a Judgment entered in oc- 
cordonce with tfie proyor 
ol saidComploint. 

Dated, Woukegon. 
lllino«». August Bth. 1965. 

Solly D. Cotlelt. 

' ' Clerk 

_jK«f«kiPop«90^tShavr. 

At»onwy(s) for Plointiff . 

Augusts. 15. and 33. 1985 
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couNrTCifuuci,M 
M iHi OKUfT cotnr 
Of IHI ifm juoiaAL 

OKUir. UUCICOUNTV. 

UMoa — MraovAti. 

in the Matter of Ihe 
Estate of Mildred S. 
Bodom. Deccosed. No. 8SP 
392. 

OAIMNOTKX ' 

Notice is given of the 
deoth of Mildred S. Bodom. 
ol Round Lake. Illinois. Let> 

^ters_ol olfice were issued 

on AAoy 14, 1985, to Jomes 
Bodom. 832 S. Willow 
Rood. Woukegon, Illinois 
40085 wfwse oiiorney is 
Cfiurchill. Boumgorlner A 
Phillips. Ltd.. P.O. Box 284. 
Groysloke. Illinois 60030. 

Claims against the estate 
may be filed in the office of 
ttw Clerk ol the Court ol 18 
North County Street, loke 
County Courthouse. 
Woukegon. Illinois 60085 
or with representolive, or 
.. both, within 6 monlhs from 
'2 the dote of issuance of lot- 
ten orxf ony claim not.f iled 
' within -tf>ol period is 
. ' barred. Copies of a claim 
filed with the Clerk must 
be mailed or- delivered to 
' tlie representolive ond to 
r~'|fie~ot1orney within todays 
after it Ins been f iled. 

Jomes Bodom, 

1vi: • Representolive 

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TO: Witlioml R. Fesler. 
Mary . Von Fronkenstftn. 
their spouses, heirs, 
devisees, successors or 

osslgns. if ony'i persbrts in 
occuponcy or_ octuol 
possession - and unknown 
owners Of- porties' In- 
terested in ttie Iwreinafter 
described real estate. 
Tax Deed. No. 62 TX 104 

TJUCINOnCS 
STATEOFiUllK»S 
OOUNTT CMFLAKI.n 
Date' Premises Sold: 
De«mbefl3, 1983 
Permonent Index No.: 06- 
1O-2I5-O01 . 

Sold for General Taxes 
(Year) 1981 and/or prior. 
Sold /for. Special 
Assessment of 

(Municipdlity) N/A ond 
Special Assessment 
Number N/A. Warrant No. 
N/A, InstollmenlNo.N/A. 
Tills P RO W i y 

HASREEN 
' SOUIFO* 
DEUNQUOfTTAXXS 
Property < located at: 
21495 W. Honey Lone, Lake 
Villo. 

Permanent Index No.: 
06-1O-3)5-O0l 

. This notice, is to odvlse 
you thai - the above 
property hos been sold lor 
delinquent taxes and that 
the period of redemption 
from the sale will expire 
on December 5, 1985. os 
extended. ' Ir- ' _i:— 

This notice is also to 
advise you thpla pelilion 
has been filed for a lax 
deed which will Irbnsler 
title and the right to 
possession of this property 
il redemption is not mode 
on or before December, 5, 
19&5. 

The County of Lalce/« 
Trustee. Purchaser inlerKls 
to moke application for on 
order on the pelilion for o 
tax deed, ond this matter 
is set for hearing in the 
Grcuit Court of this county 
in Woukegon, Illinois on 
Januory 14, 1986. 

You may bo present ol 
this hearing but your right 
to redeem' will olroody 
hove expired at that lime. 

You ore urged to 
redeem immediately to 
prf^ont loss ol property. 
Redemption can be 
. mode ol any time on pr 
Iwfore December 5, 1985 
by opplyirtg to the County 
cierk of Lake County ol Ihe 
County Courthouse in 
Woukegon. lllir)ois. 

For lurthcr inlormalion 

con tod Ihe County Clerk. 

.-County of Lake, 

OS Trustee, 

Purcfioser 

Aug.8,1Sond23. I98S 

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TO: Joel E. Drews, % 

Home Sovingsl^A— Loon ^ 

Assoc., their spouses, 
heirs, devisees, succes sor 
orossi^nsr if ohyrpersons ■ 
in occupOTKy or octuol 
possession and unknown 
owners or ponies in- 
terested in the hereinafler 
described reol estate. 
ToxDe«d.No.B2TX104 
TAKINOnCI 

statiOfilunois' 

COUNTY Of LAKE. U 

Dale Premises Sold: 
December 13, 1982 
Permanent Index No.: 05- 
11-407-009 

Sold for Gen'erol Toxes 
(Yeor) 19S1 ond/or prior. 
Sold for Special 
Assessment ' of 

(Munici polity) N/A ond 
Special Assessment 
Number N/A. Worronl No. 
N/Arlnstollmenl No. N/A. 

THisPtOPERTT 

HAS BEEN 

SOLOfOR 

OEUNOUENTTAXES 

Property- located at: 
36162 N. Francis Ave..' 
Inglosido. 

Permanent Index • No.: 
05-11-407-009 

This notice is lo advise 
you that Ihe above 
property hos been sold for 
dcliriquont taxes and that ' 
the period of redemption 
from the sole will expire 
on December 5, J985, as 
extended. 

This notice is also to 
odvise you that a petition 
hat.boon filed, for a tax 
deed which will .- transfer 
lille and the right to 
possession of this property 
-if redemption is not mode 
on or before Decern ber_ 5. 

"1985.; : ' . 

The County of Lake, os 
Trustee. Purchaser intends 
lo make application for on 



order on tfie petttion for o 
fox deed. or«d Ifiis matter 
is tot for.lMorirtg in ttw 
Circuit Coun ol this county 
in Woukegon. Iltinots en 
January 14, 1986. 
You nwy be present ot 
- Ihis fieoring but yow right 
' lo redeem will olroody 
'lM»e expired at Iftot time. 
You ore urged to 
r e d e em immediotely lo 
preveni loss ot property. 

Redemption con be 
mode qI any- lime on or 
|>efore Oecember-5. 1985 
by Ofiplying to tfie County 
Clerk of Lfdie County of Ihe 
County Courthouse - in 
Woukegon. Illinois. 

For further information 

conloct Ihe County Clerk. 

County of Lake, 

as Trustee. 

Purchcrscr 

Aug.8,1Sand32. 1985 

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NOTICE or 



rVUAfifOF 
* BOUND UUCE HEMHITS 

TO WHOM IT MAY 
GONCBIN: 

. A heoring has been 
sdwduled to take ploce ot 
6:30 PJM.. Wednesday. 
August 28. 1985. ol" the 
Round Loko Heights 
Village Hall, locoted at 639 
Pontiac Court, Round loke 
Heights, fllinois. At this 
time the Community 
Dwetopment Bkxk Grant 
Piu giuin will be dtsonsed. 
The purpose erf the tteoring 
is to receive public 
comments and suggestions 
to..Aid: ttw Village in Ifie 
prepor o tion ol the 13th 
Year Community 

Development Block. Grant 
ApplicotkMi. 

Ail interested persons 
ore invited to<attmd said 
hearing arxf be lieord. 
DATED: 8/8/85 

. ' Joon Hendricks, 

Villoge Clerk. 

Villogeof 

Round Loke Heights 

August 15. 1985 

— : ^UUAL— - — — 

Notice is' hereby given 
Ihol the Willioms Pork Im- 
provement Association 
will have a^public meeting 
to decide on opplicolion 
lor Community Develop- 
ment Block Grant funds on 
Monday. August 26, 1985, 
7:00 P.M. at Viscount Holl 
in Willioms Pork. 
- . „-•— August 15. 1985 



STATIOF aUNOlS, 
COUNTY or UUCE. M. 
M THE OBOJIT 

torn TMi itm 

UUn COUNTY. 



Ibe Lomos t Nettleton 
ComfMny, o corporation. 
PtointiH. '". 



■vs. 
Peter Vossiltiodes. also 
known "OS Peter 
Vossioliodes, et ol:. Oelen- 
donts. 
No::8SCH.<33 

Tlte requisite offidavii 
for publicolion lioving 
been filed.! imtice is herby 
given you. Peier 
Vossilliodes, olso known 
PS Peter Vossiliodes, ond 
UNKNOWN OWNERS. 
defertdont(s) in itie above 
entitled suit, tiiat the soid 
suit hos t>een commenced 
in Ihe Circuit Court ol loke 
County, Chancery Division, 
by the said ploin- 
tiif — ogoinsl you ond ottK» 
defendonis, proying tor 
the foreclosure of o ceriain 
(Mortgoge) conveying the 
premises described -os- 
fotlows.'io-wii: 

Lot 4 J in Block 155 in. 
Venetian Villoge. Unit 
No. 16, being a Sub- 
division of port of the 
South, West 1 /4 of Sec- 
lk>n 35. Township 46 
North, Range 10. East 
ol itte Third Principal 
Meridion. and port of 
the West 1 2 ol Govcr- 
nmenl Lol 2 in tlie Nor- 
th West 1.'4 of Section 
2. Township 45 North. 
Range 10. Eost ol Ihe 
Third Principal 

Mcridtfin, occordtng to 
the Plot thereof riicor- 
dedjJune IB 1954 os 
Document 827771 in 
Book 33 of Plots. Poges 
9 and 10, in Loke Coun- 
ty, J Illinois, commonly 
known OS 1704 HickcKy 
Coiirt. Lindenhursl. 
^ Ijlipois^ 60046.. ~ Per— . 
monent Tax Numlwr: 
02i3S-30l;O35 

I. which said (Mortgage) 
is 'rnade by Peter 



Vpsfitiodes. Mortgogor. to/;, 
The lomos ond NeMlelop 
GMnpony. as (Mdrtgogee), 
ond recorded in lt>e office 
of Ihe Recorder of Deeds pi 
L^e County. Illinois, os 
document number 
2197377. bod lor\ otW|r 

' relief; that summons wos 
duty issued, out of Iti^ sold 
Court ogoinst you as 
provkled by low. ond thai 

. Ihe said suit Is now pen- 

<ng. - i . 

Now,' therefore. /unless 
you. ttw said obove named 
delenaant(s). file your bn- 
swer.lo tlie Con^ptoinl In 
tlte sold suit or ptherwise 
moke your . oppeoronce 
therein, in the ollice ol iho 
Clerk of the C/rcuil Court 
of Loke CountV, In ttie Lake 
County Cburlhouse, 
Woukegon. Ijlirwis, on or 
before Ihe 3i;d day of Sejp- 
temlier, 198S. dcloult moy 
be entered ogoinst you ol 
oity lime after itwl doy and 
a Judgment entered in oc< 
cordonce with the prayer 

- otsoidComploinl. 

DoledV Woukegon. . 
Illinois, A6gusl Isl, 198S. 
- \ Sally D. Coffoll, 
\. ■■■\ ■ Cleric • 
Kropik, Po^go ft Show, 
Atlomey(s>,lor Ploinlilf ' 

* August lla. and 15, 1985 
^^^^^^ 

-tWAl- — u 

STATE OF IIJUNOIS " \ ■ ' 

COUNTY or LAKE, n 

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 

or THE IfTH iUDlOAL 

aiCUIT. LAKE COUNTY. 

nilNOtS i 

In' Re: The Petition To 

Incorporole | Ttte United 

"City of ■ l^und Loko," 

Illinois, Charles Johnston, 

Petitioner. 

N0.65MC3 

NOTiCEOr 

heaInnc 

please tajke notice' 

ttwl there has been U\ca 
wi(h Ihe' Clerk of Ihe 
Circuit Court of. the, 
Ninothcenth Judicial' 
Circuit. Lake County,' 
Illinois the above cap-' 
,. lionodmotlcr. ond that the 
soid suil. is now pending 
before ihe Court. ^This 

' Petiliort seeks Ihe in- 
corporation ot all of Ihe 
-land included in the 
corporate limits bf the 
Villoge ol Round lake, 
Villoge ol Round Lake 
Pork. Village of Round 
Loke Beach' ond Village ol 
Round Loko Heighls into 
the -united City of' Round 
Lake. Tfte territory lo be 
included hos o populolkm 
of opproximalely 30,781^. 
Said city is to liove on 
olderrnonic form /ol 
goverrHnenl. 

Tl>e fteoring on ifW 
Petition to Submit to the 
Electors of ihe Villoge ol 
Round Lake, Village ol 
Round Loke Pork^iJIoge 
of' Round L6ke~Beach and 
Villoge of Round Lake 

-Heighls-Jho Question ol 
IrKorporoting into Ihe 
United Gty of- Round Lake 
hos been set tor August 22. 
1985 ol 9:00 A.M. in Room 
C-205 of the Lake County 
Courthouse. 18 North 
County Sirecl. Woukegon, 
Illinois belore the 
Honorable Judge Charles 
Scott. 

Written ogjcclions to the 
Petition moy Iw filed, 
pursuont to stotule, in the 
Olfico ol the Clerk ol the 
Circuit Court ol Ihe 
Nineteenth Judicial Cir- 
cuit, Loke County, Illinois 
ol 18 North County Street. 
Woukegon, Illinois. 
Sochs&Donegan. 
Attorneys lor Pctilioner 
10 West Philtip Rood • Suite 
107 

Vernon Hills. Illinois 6006 1 - 
(312)367-4630 

August Bond IS, 1 985 
8a5B2»6ff( 

— LfOAL— 
STATIOrtLUNOIS 
COUNTY or LJlKE.n 
IN THE atCUIT COURT 
FOR THE 1«TH JUfHOAL 
atCUIT LAKE COUNTY • 
WAUKEGAN,tLUNOIS 
Mortgoge Associates, Inc., 
PLAINTIFF. 

vs. 



I?ank A.~ Ruehle. Melarue~ 
R. Ruehle. First Notional 
Bonk of Loke Forest, as 
Trustee, UTA No. 6221 
AND UNKNOWN OWNERS. 
DEFENDANTS^ 
NO.:e2CH807 
SHERIFFS NO.: None ' 

Noncior^ 



arid' 

was 



..J»f»FrsSALE ' 

NOTICE IS HEREBY 
GWBi thol in pursuance ol 
o [udgmeni herjHofore en- 
tered on July 29. 1985 by 



tokl Court in'the bboy« en* 
tilted couso, Rob«tfl H. 
Babcox. Sfwrift of Lake 
County will on Sepletribef _ 
9. 1985. ot Ihe hour bl 9:00 • 
A.M. OAYtlGHT SAVINGS 
TIME in Room 105 ol ihe 
Lake County Courttwuse, 
Woukegon. Illinois in soid 
County, sell dt public to the 
higlMst ond best bidder for 
cash oil and singular the 
following described 
premises ond real estate In 
said judgment, menlionod. 
siluoted in the County ol 
Ldte and State of Illinois or 
so mud) ttiereof as shall be 
sufficient , to satisfy said - 
judgmenl, to-wit: 
lot 8 in'"Ward Far- 
nsworth Sulxtlvision", 
ot Ihe North Eos! Quor- . 
ler of the South East 
Quarter of Section 35, -: l . 
Township 44 Norlh, 
Range 11, Eosi of the 
Third Principal . 

Meridian, bccording to 
Ihe Plot thereof, recor- 
ded March 3; 1952 as 
Document 741402, in 
Book 1094, of Records 
on Poge 123. in loke 
Couniy, Illinois. 
ADDRESS OR LOCATION 
OF PROPERTY: 109 Little 
Melody Lone Lake Forest, 
lUinois 60045 fledemplion 
'Dote: Mard. 10, 1986 
togeliier with oil buildings 
and Improvements 
Itwroon, and the lenemen- 
ts, hereditaments ond op- 
purienoncos thereunto 
oeloriging. 

DATED, Woukegon. 
Illinois, Ihis 8th day of 
August, 1985. 

nSallyO.Collotl. 

Clerk ofthe Circuit Court 
of Lake County, lUinois 
Shapiro S Kreismon, P.C.. 
Attorneys for Plainlill 

Augusts, 15 and 22. 1985 

—LEGAL— 

TO: -George dork. Rolph 
. Bergos, Mrs. Bergos, Iheir 
spouses, heirs, devisees, 
successors or ossigni. il 
any: persons in occupancy 
or ocluol possession and 
unknown owners or 
parties Interested in the 
' hereiiiatler described reot 
eslote. 
Tax Deed. No. 82 TX 104 

TAKE NOTICE 
STATE OF lUINOIS 
COUNTY or LilKE.u ' 

Dole Premises Sold: 
Decomber.lS. 1982 
PermonenI Index r4o.: 09' 
33-103-020 

Sold lor General Toaes 
(Yeor) 1981 ond/or prior. 
Sold lor Speciol 
Assessment ol 

(Municipality) N/A and 
Speciol Assessment 
Number N/A, Worronl No. 
N/A. Installment No. N/A. 

THISraOTERTY 
HASBON 

soioroB 

DCUNOUtNT TAXES 

Property locoted ol: 
28626 W. Main Street, 
Waucondo. 

PermonenI Index No.: 
09-33- 103-020 

This notice is to odvite 
you Ihot Ihe obove 
property hos been sold lor 
delinquent loxes and ittot 
the period ol redemption 
from Ihe sole wilt expire 
on December 5, 1985. as 
extended. 

This notice is olso lo 
advise you that a petition 
hos been filed lor o tax 
deed which will transfer 
title ond ihe right lo' 
possession of ihis properly 
it redemption is not mode 
on or before December 5, 
1985. 

The County of lake, os 
Trustee. Purchoser intends 
lo moke application lor on 
order on the petition lor o 
lax deed, ond this moiier 
is set for fieoring in llie 
Circuit Court ol Ihis couniy 
in Vyoukcgon. Illinois on 
January 23. 1986. 

You moy be present ol 
Ihis heoring but your right 
lo redeem will olreody 
hovb expired al thol lime. ' 

Ypu ore urqed to 
redeem immediately lo 
prevcnl loss ol property. 

Redemption — con — b^~ 
mode at any lime on or 
tjefore December 5. 1985 
by applying to the Couniy 
.Clei'li ol lake Couniy ol ihe 
Coynly Courthouse' in 
Woukegon. Illinois, 

For lurther informotion 
JloAioct.IheCounty Clerk-, — 
. p}untyolLoke, 
OS Trustee,. 
Purchaser. 
Aug. 8, 15and22, 1985 
B8SB-I82WL 



TO: Richard DoGroot. 
Stella DaCrbbf.';. John E. , 
Zold, Helen ^;;ZbU; Kurt 
.Neimeir.* Rbso ,' Nobnolr. t 
their spouses, .h«fr», 
devisees. - suconiof* 'or 
ossigns. If ony: persbn» fai 
occupancy or actual 
possession and unknown 
owners or , parltes in- 
terested in ttw.hervinofter- 
describedrealostotb. • 
Tax Deed: No. eiTX 104 

r. . TAKINOnCE 
STATE or ILUNOa 

CQUNrTOrLAICI.M 

Dole Premise*' Sold: 
December IS. 1983 ■ 
Permonent Index No.: 09- ' 
33-320-009 

Sold for ' General ' Toxes ' 
(Year) 1981 ond/o^ prhw, 
. Sold.: for Special 
.■AssessmeiH''^- - - ol 
(Municipolityl N/A ond 
Speciol • 'Assessment 
Number H/A. Warrant No. 
N/A. Instotlmehl No. N/A. 
THlSraOPERTT 
HASB^ 
SOLOrCIB 

bCUNQUlNT TAXES 

Property locoted ol: 
36605 N.. Bonner. Rood, 
Woucondo. 

Permanent Index No.: 
09-33-220-009 

This notice is lo odviso 
you that the- obovo 
property hos l>een sold for ■ 
delinquent taxes and tttot ,. 
ttie period ot redemption, 
from Ihe sole will expire 
on December 5, 1985. 6% 
extended. - 

This notice is_aJso to 
odvise you'ltiol d 'petition 
has been tiled tor o tox 
d(H>d which will . tronsfer 
title ond ttie right to 
possession ot ihis property- 
if redemption is not mode 
on or before December 5. 
1985. 

The Couniy of loke. os 
Trustee, Purchaser intends 
lo make opplicolion for on 
order on the petition tor a 
tax deed, and Ihis motter . 
is set tor tieoring In ttw 
Circuit Court ot this county 
in Woukegon, Illinois on 
Januory 23. 1966. 

You' moy' be present at 
this hearing but your right 
to redeem will olreody 
have expired at Itiot time. 

Yoii are urged ' to 
redeem immediofely to 
previml loss of property. 

Redemption con bo 
mode ol . any time on or 
l>efofe December 5. 1985 
bv opplying to itie County 
clerk ol lake County at tlw 
County Courthouse in 
Woukegon. Illirwis. 

For lurther informotion 
contoci the County Clerk. 

Countyoll(]|io.~ 

osTrutteo. 

Purdiosor 

Aug.B. ISond33, I9«5 

8aSB-ia6-¥W. 

-4EOAL— 

TO; Williomk Pork-Kn-^ 
provemeni Assn., ttiolr 
spouses, tieirs, devisooi. 
successors or assign*, if 
any: persons in occupancy 
or octuol possession ond 
unknown owners or . 
parties Inlerested in tlw 
hereinafler described rool 
estate. 
Tax Deed. No. 83 TX KM 

TAKiNona 

STATE or IIUNOIS 
COUNTY or LAKE. H 

Dole Premises Sold: 
December 15, 1982 
PermonenI lr>dex No.: 09- 
33-101010 

^ki lor Gerterol Toxat' 
(Yeor) 1981 ond/or. prkir._ 
Sold for. . Special . 
Assessment ol 

(Municipolity) N/A and 
Speciol; Assessmant.., 
Number N/A. Warrant No._ 
N/A. tnilollrnent No. N7aT 



onor 
I9BS.. 
Ilw County of UA,;', 

tomalio oppScotkx. for ttil 

; 2*ron the p^iiion UmA 

tax d.^. ond Ihii „X| 

(s M« for hwirktg \n^\ 

.Ottw* Court ol this comSI 
t|2;^986"'^ 

.ttus neoring but your i{^ 
loro dM ii, ^u olrtS 
hew* oxpirod at that tim^^ ' 
'You ciru urged li; 
- redeim • im(ncdiot«ty.','|g- 
proveni loss of property.^ 

■ Redemption con "biU 
tnodo.ot ony linw en of^l 

County Courlhoute Jn*' 
Woukogon, Illinois. 

For fur1ficr\ information 
conloct the County Otri. 
Countyofl^_ 

osTnnlM! 

■, ^ ■ Purdas* 

Aug.8, !5ond22,19B5 



BsseiBom^ 



-IIMAI- ■- 

..TO: .Ed; Gottwm. . Ouaiii«;.7 
Group Home BuiUm"'^ 
Cofp.. - Directors l Shcn 
Holdara of Quolity Grow''' 
Hom* iuadef* Corp.rEJ, 
iafmaon Co. X Gretnbbt V* 
t GrMnblon. Kchonl F.*^: 
JonkO. . Triumvirott 
ProiecH Group. Streolar 4^ 

, noli; Bonk, Trust IQO, 'i 
Fir*!., notional B(x^ of 1 

;Poorlo. Edvrord Ukm M 
bamber Co., their spouus. '^ 
heir*, devisees, sucteoon '| 
or ossigns, H arry: periam | 
in ' oocufwncy or ottuol -i 
'poMOSslon <smJ unluwM ':! 
minora or ponies ' n- > 
tenslod in the hercinoflK 1 
doscribodrealesfo)*. . 
TaxDe«d.No.B2TX104 j 

TAKiNona i 

STATI or IIUNOIS 
COUNTVOrLJU(E.M 

Dot* . Premises SoU: 
. 0M:«mbarl4, 1983 
f^ffnonent Index No.: Ofr 
3O-10B4OI 

Sold for Generd Torn 
(Year) 1981 <mJ/or prtor. 
Sold for Speciiii 
As«os*ment et 

(MunidpoTrty) N/A end 
Special _■ Assessm**!. 
Hunhm N/A. Worronl No. 
N/A. InsloRmentNo.H/A 



HASB^ 



' rrapOftykxatedotTEoBt 
Cno of SfMdy Lone O. 
op^bi. 346 ft. Nor* d ^ 
North Bno of Beodnite ,^ 
Diivo,RM*idlflii«B«adi. .> 

P ^ wHie nl Index No-: > 
06-aO-1QB4)ai ,i 

Itii* nbtio* i*1e fldiiie 
-Wiof^tbe 



vov 

praparty hos bean s«U lor 

ilitiiqmnt Tnii" onl Art 
Ihii pwiod of i»Jwpti«« 

5. "«.. 



IMt na«ko h obo.la 
advbievou that o patlieM 
ho* bmn filed for a W 
da«l whkfi will tnntfar 

•tHW Old the rlghi td 
pouMston of this pfVfMrty 
if lo J yiptionjs not^ 

; onor " ' 
19B5. 

Tho Couniy d take, fli 
Tiusta*. rupdwser irrtw* 
lo mail* OHsCailion for « 
onlereothapatitkinfera 

«o« da«t «»d this awtj^ 

b tat lor heoring m *• 

OftuH Court of this coirty 

-hi WBufcaflon; Btinots » 



-lOBLokelarKJ Hevnpaponr 



THIS I 

HASBUN 

DELINQUENT TAKES 

.Property locoted ot: 
26872 N. Huston Avenue. 
Waucondo. - — "•:.."■ 

Permonent Index No.: 
09-33.101-010 

This notice i* to odviso 

_YP-M-l_tt«»l tha^obova . 

property has bean told for 
delinquent taxa« and that 
ttie period of redamplipn: 
from ihe_ sole. will. aiqtira- 
on December 5. 19S5. o* 
extended. - , Lj ;! " 

'This nollea I*. olso to. 
-odvisa-ybuthot 'b petition' 
t>os. been filed for. a ton 
deed which wiil.'^ar»fbr< 
title and the :riglit^to 
possession of ihis pr o per t y ' 
H redemption It not m ode; 



-^OM may be p«««*f! 

- hoMOxpirwlot thot titee. 
You oro uf9« '« .^ 
rwJaam Imniwfiattir *»^ 
prwanl loss of propertr-. 
Redemption con be 

, mode of 0"r> «^.*^^ 



County Courthouse W 

i^Tftirthar kitormfl*»or) 
contact tha County O^ 

-^^ ^Cbuity of l^t 

o«Tni»w»', 
P«rrfi«2 







..a,»B«^t'»J--<«>^J-J*i *-*^*JlJ'-*'- 





Thm9^iJmiuaiS.i9ti 



yPt»- HW* l J J M M L . 




,•1:.^ Hi;^~ifi!l&i^s^?^fJcdiiiAt^:i 






.'t^ -,,^_V:*-*7;'_" .^i 



■ j:;5?^te-^ 



■"•"BBbir^;— i-; 



....JS-: 




Wiiiiiiiii I-' . ':_ 



.\>^^ 






TO; Chorion* Nialwn, 
OI|v»r Gr»gonon, th«)r 

: ipoui**; h«ir«, devli»». 
•uec«g«or»^pr o«Ign», if 
ony; pcnoni tn occuponcy 
or octuol poi»tilon and 
-unknown own*r(' - or' 

-pjirtlot IntarMlcd In (he 
h«r«lnafl*r dsscribvd raol 

■ MtOte. ;/' 

ToxD*«i.No.83TX^04^ 

:.TAKIMOTia 
CTATIOPIUINOIt 
COUNTY OP LAKI.U 

Dot* Framitai Sold: 
Dvcvmtwr U, 1 982 ■ 
Permanent lnd«x No: 07- 
' 23-2OT:o02 

■ Sold,. fof'rG«n«rar Taxes -; 
(Vear) 1981 dnd/or prior. 
Sold-;:, lor Speclol 
A'lsettment ■• of 
(Municipality) N/A ond 

. Speciol . Aitetiment 
Number N/A,.Warranr No. 
N/A, Inttaitment No. N/A. 
THISPROFntTV 
HAHUM: 
/ SOlDFOt 
DIUNQUENr TAXIS 
Property located- ol: 
South .line: of . University 
. Ave... approx. 60 ft. East of 
Eost line of St. Paul AVe.. 
.-. Gurnee. 

Permanent Index No.: 
.07-23-209-002 

This notice. it to odvite 
you that the obove 
property has been sold for. ' 
delinquent. toxes and thot 
the period ol redemption 
from the sole will expire 
on December 5, 19B5. as 
extendedr-'' ; , ;. 

This notice is : dlso' to 
odvise you that- a petition 
has been filed for a tax 
deed .which will ' Ironsfer- ' 
title and the right to 
potsessfon of this property 
if redemptiotf is not mode 
on or before December 5, 

.•1985.. •- ■■•■■': .■ 

. ;The County of - Lake, a's 
Trustee, Purchaser intends 
to make opplicotion lor on - 
order on the petition for a 
fox deed, and this matter ' 
Is set for heoring in the 
Circuit Court of this county 
in Waukegon, Illinois on 
January 14, 1986. 
- . You nray be present at- 
this hearing but your right 
to redeem will olrewly 
hove expired at that time. 

You ore urged' to 
-redeenf - Immediately "'to 
prevent loss of property.' '^ 
..Redemption con b« 
mode at any time on or . 
before December S, ,1985 
by opplylrig to the County 
Clerk of Loke County at the 
County Courthouse * In 
Waukegon. Illinois. - 

For further information 

cpnioci the County Clerk r 

County ol Lake, 

as Trustee, 

Purehoter 

Aug.8.ISond32. 1985 



possession of this property 
il redemption is .not mode 
dn or before December 5. 

■,;.1985;:; -:;.--■;,■■;■ < .. 

The; County of Loke.os 
Trustee, Purchaser intends 
to make opplicotion for on 
order on the petti ion for a 
tox deed,. and this matter 
is set for, hearing in the' 
Circuit Court of this county 
In. Waukegon,; Illinois on 
Jonuary9,;1986. -^ '{ 

- -: You mby be preserit at 
this hearing but your'right 
.tO' redeem will olreody 
hove expired at thot time. 
You ': ore ,^ urged to 
redeem immediately to'., 
prevent loss of property. . 
vfledernption. fan be. 

'mode at: any lime on -or 
before December 5, 1985 
by applying to the. County. 
Clerk of Lake County ol the 
County ; Courthouse in 
Waukegon, Illinois. 

. f^r, further information- 
contact the County Clerk. 
. - County of Lbke, 

..,^,.;^^r-,,;.',.;,;.." Trustee, 
'^-. ^-V'..- Purchaser 

~T Aug. B; 1 5 ond 22, 1 985 
8a5B-154.LV 



— UOAL— 

TO: James L. Brodin, Gail 
Brodin, loSalle National 
Bonk,. Trust. 10884, their 
spouses, heirSi devisees,' 
successors or. assigns, if 
any; .persons in occupancy 
or octuol possession and 
unknovvn owners or 

Kortles . Interested in the 
eretnofter 'described, reel . 
estate. 
Tox Deed. No. 82 TX 104 

TAKINOTICI 
STATf OPIUINOtt . 
COUNTY or LAKLu 
Dote • Prerhlset Sold: 
December 13, 1982 
Permonent Index No.: 05- 
12-I00011 

Sold ; for General Taxes 

(Yeor) 1981 bnd/or prior. 

Sold for Specloi 

AssetsTnent of 

(Murilcipality) N/A ond 

Special Assessn:'>nt 

Number N/A, Worront No.< 

N/A, Ins^dllmentNo. N/A. 

THISraOPERTY ■ 

HAStllN 

SOLO FOR- . 

DELtNQUINT TAXIS Vn 

Property -.located at: 
36775 N. Hickory Ct., 
Ingleside. 

■A Perrhonent'^lndBx^ No:: 
5-12-1 00-011 

This: notice is to odvise 
you : thot the above 
property has been sold for 
delinquent taxes ond. that 
the period oi redemption 
from the sale will expire 
on December. 5. 1965. ..as 
extended, ; ; 

This notice ■ ts also* to 
odvise you that o'pelition 
has been filed for a tax 
deed which will transfer 



BBsa.isa-G P " "" ""t* . ♦•'• , "9*'* '**. 



TO;"Joseph ft. Cotenllh'o^ ' 
Chicogo Title ft Trust Co., 
Trust 56775, -LoVergne 
Newton, Northern Illinois 
Mechanical Inc.. Jomes 
Weilond, Mostro-Domeni- 
co Sewer ft Water. Inc.. 
their spouses, heirs, 
devisees, successors or 
assigns, if anyi persons In 

'Occupoficy or actual 
possession and unknown 
owners, or parties In-* 

. >erestod in the hereinafter 
described redl estate. 

^TaxDeed.No.82TXt04 

"■- .'- TAMNona 

StATI OP lUlNOIS . __ 
COUNTY OP LAKI,M 

Dale Premises Sold: 
.::.De<efnber.l3,.19B2 _ _ 
Permonent Index No.: OS- 
01-407-4)10 

Sold for Generol Taxes 

.^(YeorJ 1981 and/or prior, 

-Sold -. lor 'S p e^c I a I 

Asse*sm«nt ol 

(Municipality) ) N/A ond' 

Speciol . Assessment 

Number N/A, Worronl No. 

N/A. Ins'tollmeht No. N/A. 

THISPROKRTY 

HAStUN 

SOLDPM ' 

DELINOUINTTAXIS 

Property located at: 

37327 N. Hwy. 59, Lake 

Vijlo. 

Permanent Index No.: 

ir0501.407-01O 



poslesston of thisproperty 
if redemption .is nol made 
on or before Dec ember S . 
1985, 

The County of Lake, at 
Trustee. Purchaser intends 
to rnake opplicotion lor an 
order on Ine pelilion for a 
tax deed,' and this matter 
is set for. heoring in the 
Circuit Court of this county 
in Waukegon, Illinois on 
January U, 1986. 

You. may be. present at, 
this hearing but your right 
to redeem will olreody 
hove expired at that time. 

You ore urged ■ to 
redeem im^nodiately to 
prevent lots of property. 
- Redemption . .con . . be . 
mode at any time on or 
.before December- 5, 1985- 

a opplylng.to.the County 
srkol Loke County at the 
County Courthouse In 
Waukegon, Illinois. 
For further information 
_contoct.the County Clerk^ 
,'■ ,;' • County of Lake,' 

'.'"'" '■-' ■ OS Trustee, 
Purchaser 
Aug.8, 1Sand22, 1985 
885B-)43FL 



Sold for Generol Toxes 
(Yeor) 1981 dnd/br prior, 
Sold for Special 
Assessment 'of 

(Municipality) N/A ond 
Special .AsMtsment 
. Number N/A, Worront No. 
N/A, installment No: N/A. 
THISPHOMBTV" ?^ V, 
■ ■ " HASIEEN' ^•■'^•' 
SOU»POR '• 
, DfLINQUENTTAXES -" 
- Properly loccted "oh" 
'North Line ;-Arrowheod 
Drive, opprox. 432 ft. Edit 
of Eost line of Pontioc 
Court, -Round - Lake 
Heights. 

Permanent' Index No.: 
06.17-111-015 . 
. This, notice is to advise 
you. that the obove 
:- property has been sold for, 
' delinquent toxes and that 
the. period ol redemption 
from the sole will expire 
on December 5, 1985, qs ' 
extended. 

This notice is also to < 
odviie you that o' petition 
has been filed, for o tax . 
deed which will transfer 
title, ond.! the right to 
possession of. this property 
if redemption is not made" 
on or before December. 5, 
1985. 

The County of Lake, 'as • 
Trustee, Purchaser intends 
to moke oppllcation for on 
order on the petition for o . 
■ tax deed, and this matter 
is set for heoring in the. 
. Circuit Court of this county 
in Waukegon, Illinois on 
'JtenuoryU, 1^, 
' You may be present at 
this hearing biit your right , 
to redeem wHI olreody 
hove expired at thot time.- -- 
You ore ' urged' to • 
redeem trhmediately to 
prevent loss of property; 

Redemption con be 
made at any time on or 
before ■ December 5, 1985 
- by applying to the County 
Clerk of Lake County at the 
County. Courthouse In 
Woukegbn, Illinois. 
. For further Informotion . 
contoct the County Clerk; 
County of Loke, 
, ' osTrustee, 
Purchaser 
:Aug.e,15Dnd22, 1985 
^K ' ' < - e85B-14a-RL 

—UOAL—- 
STATE OP ILUNOit 
; COUNTY OP LAKE, u _ .. . 
IN. THE ..CIRCUIT. COURT 
FOR THEItTH'JUDiaAL 
CIRCUrr LAKi'COUNTY^ 7 
WAUKEGAN, (lUINOtS. 

The Tolmon Home.Federol 
Savings and Loon 
Associotion of llinois,. 

-piAIKTIFF. 

• ■ ■ .vs; ■ 

Curtis A. Adorns, Sheila Mi 
Addms, Robert Loroy Fran- 
cis, Sherleigh. J. Francis, 
United Stoles of America, 

-AN P: UNKNOWN 

OWNERS.DEFENDANTS. . 
NO.: 85 CH 243 
SHERIFF'S NOirrNon e s 



ditoments and .ap- 
purtenances^ thereunto, 
belonging. • 

DATED, . Waukegon, 
Illinois, this 1st day of 
August. 1985, 

• .V ■ • SollVD^Coffelt, '. 

.7,- . Clerk of the 

"' : Circuit Court of 

JShoplro ft Kreismdn, P.d : ^ 
Atldrneys (or Piolntilf 

August 1,8 ond 15, 1985, 
885A-103WN / 

—LEGAL— ^ 

TO; Richord J. Totie, Curtis 
R. Tolje, Marie 5. Totje. 
their spouses, heirs,' 
devisees, successors or_, 
assigns, if any; persons in 
occuponcy or' actual' 
possession' ond unknown 
"owners or - porties in- 
terested In the hereinafter 
described real estate. ' 
Tax Deed; No. 82 TX 104 

TAKE NOTICE. 
STAnOPIUINOl£ 
COUNTY OF LAKE, H 
Date Premises Sold: 
December 15. 1982 
Permanent index-No,: 09- - 
21-117-009 

Sold for Generol Toxes . 
(Yeor) 1981 ond/or prior. 
Sold for Special 
Assessment of 

(Municipality) N/A and 
Special . Assessment 
Number N/A, Worront No. 
N/a; Installment No. N/A. 
- THISPROPERTY. 
: HAS BEEN 
SOLO FOR 
OEUNOUENTTAXES 

Property located, otr East 
line .of v.Oolt wood Rood, 
opprox: '41 Meet North of 
North line of. Brierhlll 
Drive, Island Loke. 

Permanent. Index No,: 
09-21-117-009 - 

This notice Is to qdvise 
you that the above' 
property has been sold for 
delinquent taxes and that 
the^ period of redemption 
from the sole wiH.expire 
on December 5, 1985, as ' 
extended.'.. 

This • notice is oiso to 
advise you that. a petition - 
has been filed for. a tax' 
.deed which will' tronsfer - 
title and the right to 
possession of this property 
if redemption is not made 
on or before December 5. 
1985.-: ^ ;- 

The County of Lake, as ' 
Trustee, Purchaser inlends_^ 
■ to makoopplicafion for.^an 
order on the petition for d 
tax deed, and this matter - 
is sot for. hearing in the 
Circuit Court of this county 
in Woukcgon, Illinois on 
Jonuqry23, 1986,- 

You may be present at 
this hearing but your right 
to redeem . will olreody 
hove expired at that lime. 

You are i^rgod to 
-redeem —immediately — to — 
prevent loss ol property . 

Redemption con be 

made ot any time on or 



. — UOAL— 

TO: Gus Borowczyk, Carol 

Borowayk, First Notionol 

Bdnk ol loke Forest, Trust 

488, their spouses, heirs,- 

"^ devisees, successors or 

assigns, if ooy; perfons irj 

,. , ., , 7".~n — " — occupancy— -or-._ac!uqlj 

ThIt notice it to odvise „„i;jion ond unknown 

above *^ - — -•— >- 



'.you r thot r the 

-property hos been sold for 
delinquent idxes, ond that 
the period ol redemption 
from the sole will expire 
on December, 5, . 1985. o* 
extended. : : : , . 

This notice is also to 
odvlse;you that a petition 
has been filed for a loK 
deed "which will transfer 

r title gri d t he right to 



owners or parties in- 
teretled In the hereinafter 
described real estote.- .- 
Tax Deed, No: 82 TX 104 

^ TAKE NOTICE 
STATE OF lUlNOIS 
COUNTY OF LAKE, « _- . 
Dale- Premises :; Sold: 
December 14; 1982: 
Permonent Index No.: 06- 
17-111.015 > 



. NOTICE OF, . 
SHERIFF'S SAU 

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 
that in pursuance of o 
judgment heretofore ' en- 
tered, on July 22, 1985 by 
said Court in the above en- 
titled cause, Robert .H. 
Bobcox, Sheriff Ol LoWe 
County will on August 26, 
1985, at the hour of 9:00. 
A.M. DAYLIGHT SAVINGS 
TIME In Room 105 of the 
Loke County Courthouse, 
Waukegon. Illinoit in sold 
County, sell ol public to the 
highest and best bidder for 
cosh all and singular the 
following described 
premltes''dnct,real estate In 
.sold [udgmient mentioned, 
situated In the County of 
lake and State of Illinois or 
so mjjcli^thereof OS shall be 
sullicient to sotisly said ' 
judgment, to-wil: 

lot 433 in'resubdivision 
of Lake County -Gar- 
dens, unit lour, being a 
subdivision ol part, ol . 
the Southeast Quarter 
ol Secllon 5; Township 
45 North, Ronge 12, 
Eost of the Third Prin- 
cipal Meridian, , oe-- 
cording to the plat ' 
ihereol, -recorded May 

'28,-1955.-os Document 

866901 in Book 33 ol 
Plats, Page 34. in loko^ 
County, Illinois. / ~'' " 

ADDRESS OR LOCATION 
OF PROPERTY: 2632 Norlfi 
Butrick. Woukegan, Illinois 
'60085, Redomption Dote: 
February 27, 1986 fogelher. 
with all buildings and Im- 
provements thereon; -ond 
Ihe tondn^enls, her- 



before December '5, 1.985 
by applying to the County ' 
Cleric ol Loke County at the 
County Courthouse in 
Waukegon, Illinois. 

For further informalion 

conlaet the County Clerk. 

County of Lake, 

OS Trustee, 

Purchaser 

Aug.8il5and22, 1985 

-885B-175.WL 



— UOAL— 

TO: Jerome P. Zee, Nodine 
E, Zee, their spouses, 
heirs, devisees, successors 
or ossigns, if any; persons 
In . occupancy or octuol 
possession - and - unknown . 
owne'rs or porties ' in- 
terested in the hereinafter 
described real estote. 
Tax Deed. No. 82 TX 104 

TAKI NOTICE 

STATE OF lUINOIS. . 
COUNTY OF LAKE, M 
Date Premises Sold: 
December 15, 1982.' 
Permanent Index No.: 09- 
04-1 05-009.thru -Oil 

-Sold for General Toxes 
(Year) 1981 ond/or prior. 
Sold for Special 

'Assessment of 

(Munlcipollty) N/A and 
Special ^ As s e s s mo n t 
Number N/A, Warrant No. 

_N/AJnstallmont No. N/A. 

THIS PROPERTY""^ 
HAS BEEN i£^_^ 
SOLD FOR 



property has been sold for 
delinquent taxes ond that 
the period of redomplldn- 
from the sale will expire- 
on December 5; 1985, OS 
extended. . 

.'This notice, is also to 
advise you that -a petition 
has been filed for a tax 
deed .which will transfer 
title ond . the right to 
possession of this property 
if redemption is not mode 
on or before December 5, 
1985. 

The County of Lako, os 
Trustee, Purchoser Intends 
to moke opplicotion for on 
order on the petition for a 
lax deedj and this matter 
It '*et for. hearing in. the 
Circuit Court of this county 
In Waukegon, Illinois, on 
Januory23, 1986. . 

You may' be present at 
this heoring but your right 
to redeem will already 
have expired at thot time. 

.You are .urged to 
redeem immediately to 
prevent loss of property. - 

Redemption'..' con be 
made of ' any time on or 
before December S, 1985 
byvopplying td'the CoUnty 
Clerk of Lake County at the 
County Courthouse in 
Waukegon, Illinois, 

For further information 

contact the County Clerk. 

County of Loke. 

osTrustee, 

. Purchaser 

Aug.8. 1 5 ond 22.1985 

e^B.173-WL 

—LEGAL— 

TO: Hilda McLean, Andre 
Mclean, their spouses, 
heirs, devisees', successors 
or assigns. If any; persons 
in occupancy or octual 
possession and unknown 
owners or .parties ir\- 
terested In the hereinafter 
described reol eilate. 
Tax Deed. No. 82 TX 104 
TAKE NOTICE ' 
STATIOF ILLINOIS ' 
COUNTY OF LAKE, n. 
Dote; Premises Sold: 
December 13, 1982 ■ 
Permanent Index No.: 01- 
33-323-003* , . 

Sold for General Taxes 
(Year) 1981 and/or prior. 
Sold for Special 
Assessment of 

(Munlcipollty) N/A ' and 
Special Assessment 
Number N/A; Worront No, 
N/A, InslatlmentNo. N/A. 
THIS PROPERTY 

._ . !; :_^HAS BEEN^_ 

". SOLO FOR " 
OniNOUENT TAXES 
Property located' of: 
■38087 N. Chonnel Dr.. 
Spring prove. 

Pe rmo nent I ndex No. : 
01-33-323-003 

This notice is to advise 
you that the above 
property has been sold lor 
delinquent taxes and that 
Ihe period ol redemption 
Irom-the-sole will expire 
on December 5. 1985, as 

extended. _ . _ . »_ 

This notice is also . lo 
advise you that o petition 
hos been filed for a' tax 
■deed which will trapsler 
title and the right to 
potseision ol this property 
if redemption is nol mode 
on or before December 5, 
1985. 

The County ol Lake, as 
Trustee, Purchaser intepds 
to moke opplicotion for on 
order on the petition for a 
lax deed, ond this matter-' 
is set for hearing in the 
Circuit Court ol this county 
in Waukegon. Illinois, on 

Jonuary9, 1986. 

You rnay be present at. 
thit'heorlng but -your right 
to redeem will olreody 
have expired dt that time; 
You are urged to 
redeem immediately, to 
prevent loss ol property. 

Redemption.!. . con : _be_ 
mode at any lime on or 
before December 5, 1985 
by applying id the County 
Clerk ol lake County at the 
sCounty CourlhousB. in 
Woukegan, Illinois, -- 

For further information 
contoct the County Clerk. 
County ol Loke, 
osTrustee,' 
Purchoier 
Aug.8, 15 and 22, 1985 
__^^^^^85Bj162j^ 



; TAKE NOTICE 
STATE OF lUINOIS 
COUNTY OF LAKE, •• 

Dole: Premises Sold: 
December (3, 1982 
Permanent Index No.: 01- 
12-211-023 

Sold for General Taxes 

(Year) 1981 ond/or prior, 

"Sold,; for Speciol 

Assessment of 

(Municipality) N/A and 

Special Assessment 

Number N/A, Warrant No.- 

N/A: Installment No. N/A. 

■: THISPROPERTY 

HAS BEEN 

SOLOFOR 

DELINOUENTtAXES 

Property located ol: 

25088 W. Crawford Ave., 

Antioch, :;.--\; 

Permanent Index No.: 
01-12-211-023^,,. 
... This nptice-'is" to odvise - 
ydu ' tlhot the obove 
oroperty has been sold for 
delinquent taxes and that 
the period of redemption 
from the .sate -will expire 
on December 5, 1985, as 
extended. 

This notice is also to 
advise you that o petition 
.has been' filed for a tax 
deed- which will tronsler 
title and the right to 
possessidn of this property 
If redemption is not mode 
on or before December 5^ 
1985. . 

. The County of Lake, as 
Trustee. Purchaser intends 
to moke opplicotion fo^ on 
order on the petition for a 
tox deed, and this matter 
is set lor hearing in the 
Circuit Court of this county 
In Woukegan. Illinois on 
January 9. 1966. 

You may be present at 
this hearing but your right 
to redeem will olreody 
hove expired at thot time, 
. You - ore. urged id 
redeem immediately to 
prevent Ipstpl property. 

Redemptron con be 
made at any time., on qr . 
beipre December 5, 1985 
by;applying' to the County 
clerk ol Lake County at the 
County '-: Courthouse '-' in 
Woukegan. Illinois. V'- 

For ' further 'information 

'contoct the County Clerk. 

' . " County of Lake; 

OS Trustee, 

Purchaser 

- Aug.8, re and 22, 1985 

^^^^^^^^_^^M5B;159^- 

— LIOAL-^^: 

S_JO_:_Uitian Oorrlly; ^helr^ 
spouses, fie Irs; . devisees, 
successors or ossigns. if 
any; persons In occuponcy 
or octual possession and 
unknown .owners or 

' parties interested in the 
hereinafter described reol 
estote. . 
Tax Deed. No. 82 TX 104 

TAKE NOTICE 
STATE OF lUINOIS 
COUNTY OF LAKE. »• 



Sold: 



Ol- 



-LEGALE 



DELINOUENTTAXES 

Properly located- at; 
31B02N. Hillside, 31798 N. 
Hillside. 31792 N. Hiljslde. 
McHenry. -. . -- 

Permanent Index No.; 
0904-1 05009 thru -on . 
7 This ndtico Is lo odvise 
you thot: the above 



TO:t Penelope E. Smith, 
Ronold J. Smith; their 
spouses, heirs, devisees, 
successors or ossigns, il 
ony; persons in occupancy, 
or octuol possession and 
unknown owners or 
parlles: ihtorested in the 
hefernafter'described real 
estate. . ^ 

Tax Deed. No. 82 TX 104 



Date Premises 
December 13. 1 982 _ 
Permanent Index No.: 
25-220009 

Sold . lor General Taxes 
(Year) 1981 ond/or prior. 
Sold for Speciol 
Assessment of 

(Munidpolily) N/A and 
Special . Asse«sment 
Number N/A, Warrant No. 
N/A, Installment No. N/A. 

THISPROPERTY 

HASBKN 

SOLD FOR 

DELINOUENTTAXES 

Property located ol; 
25315 W. Hawthorne Ave., 
Aniioch. 

Permanent index No.: 
01-25-220:009 

jhit.nolice is to advise 

you thot the above 
property has been sold lor 
delinquent taxes ond that 
the. period of redemption 
-fromthe-soleTwill expire- 
on December S, 1985, as 
extended. 

This notice is alto to 

advise ydu that a petition 

has been filed for a tax 

deed which will transfer. 

title and the right to 

possession of this property 

. ~^ redemption is not made 

on or before December 5, 

1985. 

The County of Lake, as 

- Trustee, Purchaser intends 

to make application for on 

— order-on-tho-petllion.fdr.ai 

tox deed, ond this matter 

is set for hearing in the 

Circull Court of this county 

in Waukegon, .Illinois d/1 

- January 9, 1 986, v 

You may be present at 
this hearing but your right 
to. redeem will . dlreody 
hove^xpired otthaf time. 
' Vou^-are .urged 'to 
redeem immediqtely . id 



prevent loss of property. 

Redemption con'' be 
mode at any time on or 
before December 5; 1985 
by opplying to the County 
Clerk of Lake County at the 
Coi/hty_ Courthouse- In 
Waukegon, Illinois.. • ' 

For further information _ 
contact the County Clerk. 

^ County ol Lake,' 

osTrustee, 

Purchaser 

Aug.8, 15 and 22; 1985 

_■ 885B-160-AR 

-LEGAL- 

TO: Morton Engle, William 
V, Jackson, Marie I. 
Jdckson; their spouses, 
heirs, devisees; successors , 
or assigns, if any: persons 
in' occuponcy or octuol • 
possession and unknown 
owners' or parties in- 
terested in the hereinafter 
described reat estate. -- 
Tax Deed. No. 83 TX 104 

TAKENOTICE- 
STATE OF I LLINOIS 
COUNTY OF LAKE, SI 
Dole Premises Sold: 
December 13, 1982 
Permanent Index No.: 01- ' 
28-403008 " : 

Sold for General: Toxes 
(Year) 1981 ond/dr prior. 
Sold for Special 
Assessment of 

(Municipality) N/A and 
Speciol Assessment 
Number N/A, Worront No. 
N/A. Inttoliment No. N/A.- 
THISPROPERTY. 
HAS BEEN 
SOLO.FOR 
'gELINOUENT TAXES 
Property located at; 
39417 N. Hickory St.. 
Spring Grove. 

Permanent Index No.: 
01-28-403 003 

This notice is to advise 
you that Ihe obove 
properly has been sold for 
delinquent 'taxes arid that 
the. period of redemption 
from the sole will expire' 
on December 5, 1985, at 
extended. 

This notice is ..also to . 

odvise you thot q petition . 

hos been filed for a lax,' 

deed which will transfer; 

title and the.- right to 

possession of this property 

il redemption Is not mode 

on or before December 5,' 

1985. 

The County of Loke, os 

Trustee, Purchaser intends 

to moke opplicotion for on 

' order on tna pilUion for o 

: lox_deed,_ond J.h(s_ motf e.rj. 

It set for -heoring in the"- 
Circuit Court of this county 
In Waukegon. Illinois on 
Jonuory9, 1986.. . . 

YoU may be present ot. . 
this hearing but your right. 
to redeem will alretady 
haVe expired at that time. 

You ore urged lo 
redeem immediately lo 
prevent loss of property. 

Redemption con be 
-made-ol-any-lime-on or-=> 
before December 5, 1985 
by_opp|ying .tojhe County 
clerk oi Lake County at the 
County Courthouse in 
Woukegan, Illinois. 

For lurfner informotion 
contort Ihe County Clerk. 
County of lake, 
osTrustee, 



^ Purchaser 
Aug.e, 15ond22.l9B5 
' B8SB-161-AR^ 



— UGAL— 

TO: Administrator of 
Veterans Alfoirs,. Edwin 
Moese HI,, Anton R. 
Volukos, their spouses, 
heirs, devisees, successors 
or assigns,' il any: persons 
in occuponcy ' or. octual 
possession -and unknown 
owners or parties In- 
terested In the herelnoiter 
described reol estate. 
Tax Deed: No,82TX 104 
TAKE NOTICE ■ 
STATE OF miNOIS - 



COUNTY OF LAKE, u 

Dote Premises Sold: 
December 15, 1982 
Permanent Index No.: 09- 
21-112-006 

Sold for General Taxes 
(Year) 1981 ond/or prior." 
56ld for Special 
Assessment s - ol 

(Municipality) N/A-^ and 
Special Assessment 
Number N/A, Warrant No. 
N/A, Installment No. N/A. 
THISPROPERTY 

HAS BEEN ?:, 

rr -^SOtD FOR ~^^ 
;:^ DELINOUENTTAXES .-'i 

.Property located at; East 
lino of Willow Lone, op- 
prox. 167.8 ft)«l South of. 
South Ilne7_d| Chonnel 
Drive, Itlond Lake.. . :. 

Permanent Index f^o.; 
09-21-112-006 

This notice it Jo odvite 
you .that the abo.ve ; 



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property ho* be«n lold for 
dellnquanl toxci and thol 
Ihii ; jiwripd ' of , r«<kmpllon 
from .th«iala will expir* 
o^ D«<emb»r 5, 19S5, os 

. ^;.exi«nd»d^X:^. •;■■■..., ^^.;.'.]- ■ 
' Th(s notke It olio to 
advise you thai a petition 

^has been filed for o lox 
deed -which will trontfer 
title ond'lhe right to 
pofseiiibn of this properly 
if redemption It not mode 
on or before December 5; 

■ The County of Loke, as 
Trustee. Purchaser irttends 
,lo rnotte application for an ' 
order on the petition for a 
lox deed, ond this matter 
it^sel for tieoring in the 
Circuit Court of this county 
in'Waukegan, Illinois on 
'January 23. 1986. 

You may. be present ot 
this heoring but your right ' 
lo -redeem will already 
hove expired at that time.' 
You are urged to 
redeem Immediately : to 
prevent loss of property. 

Redemption ■ can' be 
mode at any time on or 
before December 5, 1985 
by opplying to the. Counly 
Clerk of Lake County at the 
Counly Courthouse in 
Woukegon, lllfnois. 

For further, informolion. 

conloct the County Clerk. 

County of loke, 

OS Truslee, 

Purchoser 

Aug^JJS ond 22. .1 9S5 - 

■ "B85B-t7^-WL 

— LCCAL— '. 

TO: Michael A. Legood. 
" -Korcn A. Legood, 1st State 
Sonk of Round Lake, their 
spouses: fveirs. devisees, 
successors or ossigns, if 
any: persons in occupancy 
or octuol possession ond 
unknown owners or 
parties interested in Ihe 
hereinafter described real 
esloie. 
Tax Deed. No. 62 TX 104 

TAKENOTICf 
STATE OF ILLINOIS 
COUNTY OF LAKE, H 
Dole Premises^ Sold: 
December 13. 1982 
Permanent Index No.: 01- 
34-301 -004 

Sold for General Toxes 
lYeor) 1981 and /or prior. 
Sold lor Special 
Assessment of 

(Municipality) N/A ond 
Special Assessment 
Number N/A, Worronf No. 
N/A. tnslotlment No. N/A. 
THIS PROPERTY 
HASREEN 
SOLD FOR 
DELINQUENT TAXES 
Property . located at: 
38452 N. 6lh Ave.. Spring 
Grove. 

Permanent Indea No 
01 -34-301 004 

This notice is lo advise 

you that (he above 

property has boon sold for 

detinquont loxes ond ihot 

the period of redemptjori 

from ihe sole will, expire 

On December 5. 1985. as 

extended 

■ This notice is also to 

odvise you thol o petition 

has been tiled for a lax 

deed which will transfer 

litlo ond the right to 

possession of this property 

if redemption is not mode 

on or before December 5 

1985. 

The County of lake, as 
Trustee. Purchoser micnds 
to make application tor on 
order on the pelition lor o 
tax deed, and this motler 
is set for hearing in Ihe 
Circuit Court of this county 
in Woukegon. Illinois on 
January 9, 1986. 

You may be present ot 

this heorrng~but your right 

to redeem will olrcady 

hove expired at thot time. 

You ore urged to 

redeem irnmedialely lo 

prevent loss of properly. 

Redemption can be 
mode at ony time on or ■ 
before December 5, 1 985 
., by-opplying to theCQUfily-J: 

clerk of Lake County ol the 
' County Courthouse in 
Woukegon. Illinois. 

For further informolion 

contact the County Clerk.' 

Counly of Loke, 

OS Trustee, 

• Purchaser 

Aug.S, 1Sand22, 1985 

^^^^^^885B^I^^ 

-UftAL- — — 

TO: R. Pratl( W. Pratt, 
Sophio Maleszowski.-lhelr 

spouses. -heirs,_deviseesi 

successors or assigns, if 
any; persons in occupancy 
or octuol possession . and 
' unknown ' owners or ' 
parties interested in Ihe 
nerelnotler described real 
estate. 



Tax Deed. No. 82 TX 104 

TAKI NOTICE 
STATE OF ILUNOIS 
COUNTY OF LAKE, u. 

Date Premises Sold: 
December 13, 1982 -' 
Permanent Index No^: 02- 
20.408002 

Sold for General Toxes 
(Year) 1981 and/or prior.. 
^Sol^ • for Special 
.Alvessment. of 

(Municipality} N/A ond 
Special Assessment 
Number N/A, Worront No, 
N/A. Inslollmeiil No. N/A.. 
THIS PROPERTY 
HASIEEN 
SOLD FOR . 
DELINQUENT TAXES 
Property located at: 
2345) W. Grass.Loke Rood. 
■ Aniioch. "~ 1 

Permanent Index No.; 
O2-2O.''4O8002 " 

This notice is lo advise 
you that, the above 
properly hos been sold for 
delinquent toxes and that 
the period of, redemption 
from the; sole will expire 
on December S, 1985, as 
extended. - 

- This notice is olso to 
odvise you Ihot a petition 
has been filed for a tax 
deed which will tronsfer 
title and the right lo 
possession o| this prope/ty 
if redemption is not mode 
on or before December 5, 
1985. 

The County of lake, as 
Trustee, Purchoser Intends 
to make opplicotion for an 
order on the petition for o 
tox deed, and this motter 
is set for heoring in the 
Circuit Court of this counly 
in Woukegon, Illinois on 
Jonuory9, 1986. 

You may be present- at 
this heoring but your right 
to redeem will already 
hove expired at thot time. 

You ore urged to 
redeem immediately to 
prevent loss of properly. 

Redemption con be 
made at any time on' or 
before December 5, 1985 
by opplying lo ihe County 
Clerk of Lake Counly at the 
County Courthouse In 
Woukegon, Illinois, 

For further informolion' 

contact the County Clerk. 

County of loke, 

OS Trustee. 

Purchaser' 

Aug.S. 15 ond 22, 1985 

^^^^^^885^66^ 

—LEGAL— 

TO: Arthur L. Bray. Rochel 
G. Broy. their spouses, 
heirs, devisees, successors 
or assigns, if any; persons 
in occupancy or octuol 
possession and unknown 
owners or parties in- 
terested in the hereinafter 
described real estate. 
lax Deed. No. 83 TX 104 

TAKE NOTICE 
STATE OF lUtNOIS 
COUNTY OF LAKE, ti 

Dale Premises Sold; 
December 13. 1982 
Permanent Index No.. 01- 
34-305013 

' Sold tor General Taxes 
(Yeor) 1981 ond/or prior. 
Sold lor Speciol 
Assessment of 

(Municipolily) N/A and 
Special Assessment 
Number N/A, Warrant No. 
N/A, Installment No. .N/A. 

THIS PROPERTY 
HAS BEEN , 

SOLOFOft ^ 
DELINQUENT TAXES 

Properly located oi' 
38474 N. Briar Rd.. Spring 
Grove. 

Permanent Index No.: 
pi-34.305013 

This notice is to advise 
you thot the above 
property has been sold for 
delinqueni toxes'orid' thl)l^ 
the period of redemption 
from the sole will expire 
on December 5. 1985, os 
^xtended^^ - - 

--'" Tfiis nolice (s alto to 
advise you that o pelition 
has been filed for o tax 
deed .which will transfer 
title ond the right to 
possession of this property 
if redemptiort is not mode 
on or before December 5, 

• -1985., 

The County of Loke, ds 
Truslee, Purchaser intends 
to make oppUcolion for on 
order on .tne'petillon for a 
tax deed, and ihis'molter 
is set for hearing in the. 
Circuit Court of this counly 
in Woukegon, Illinois on 
January 9, 1986. 

You may be present at 
this heoring but your right 
to redeem will already 



have expired at Ihot time. 
You are urged to 
redeem Immedlolely to 
prevent toss of pr6perty. 

Redemption ^con be 

made ol any. lime on or 

before December 5. 1985 

by applying lo Ihe County 

. Clerk of Lake County at the 

Counly- Courthouio .In 

Woukegon, lltlnols. 

F^or further informat.ion 

contact the County Clerk. 

Counly of Loke, 

as Trustee, 

^ Purchaser 

Au6.8, 15 and 22. 1985 

88SBJ64-AR 

~" —LEGAL— 

TO: LiDion G. Ackermon, 
Chbrles N. Ackermon, 
. Iheir: spouses, heirs, 
devisees, successors or 
assign^, if ony; persons iri 
occupancy or ocluol 
.possession and unknown 
owners or parlies in-, 
terested in the hereinafter 
described real estate. 
TaxDeed.No.82TX104 

TAKE NOTICE 
STATE OF ILLINOIS V 
COUNTY OF LAKE, H 
Dale Promises Sold: 
December 13. 1982 
Permanent Index No.: 01- 
35- 108019 

Sold, for Gerierol Taxes 
(Year) 1981 ond/or prior. 
Sold for Special 
Assessment of, 

(Municipolily) N/A ond 

"Special Assess liieni 

Number N/A, Warrant No. 
N/A. Installment No. N/A. 
THIS PROPERTY 
HAS BEEN 
SOLD FOR . 
DELINQUENT TAXES 
Properly located at: 
26555 W. Klondike Ave.. 
Antioch. 

Permanent Index No.: 
01 -35- 108019 

This notice i.s_to. odvise 
you that the above 
property has been sold for 
delinqueni taxes ond that 
the period of redemption 
from the sole will 'expire 
on December 5. 1985. as 
extended. 

This notice is also lo 
advise you that o petition 
has been filed lor 'o tax 
deed ywhich will transfer 
title and the right to 
possession of this property 
if redemption is not made 
on or before December 5. 
1985. 

The County of lake, os 
Trustee, Purchaser intends 
lo moke application for an 
order on the pelition for o 
tox deed, and this mailer 
is set for hearing in the 
Circuit Court of this county 
in Woukegon. Illinois .on 
Jonuory9. 1986, 

You may be present at 
this heoring but your right 
to. redeem will alreody 
have expired at that time. 

You are urged lo 
redeem immediotely to 
prevent loss of properly. 

Redemption can be 
mode ol any time on or 
before December S. 1985 
by opplying to the County 
Clerk ot lake Counly ot ihe 
County Courthouse in 
Woukegon. Illinois. 

For further information 

contoci the County Clerk.' 

Counly of lake. 

OS Trustee, 

Purchaser 

Aug. 8. 15 and 22, 1985 

BB5BI6SAR 

—LEGAL— 

TO: Leo ^aul. George Paul. 
Viola I. Jungols. their 
spouses, heirs, devisees, 
successors or ossigns. it 
any: persons iri* occupancy 
or actual possession ond 
unknown owners or 
ponies interested in Iho 
hereinafter described reol 
.. estate. 



Tox Deed. No. 82 TX 104 

TAKE NOTICE 
STATE OF ILLINOIS 
COUNTY OF LAKE. M 

DotQ-.^ Premises — Sold: 
December 13, 1982 
Permononl Index No.: 05- 
04.113043 

Sold for General Taxes 
(Year) 1981 ond/or prior. 
Sold for Speciol 
Assessment of 

(Municipality] N/A ond 
Special Assessment 
Number N/A, Worront No. 
N/A. Installment No, N/A. 
,__.THI$ PROPERTY. 
HAS BEEN 
SOLD FOR 

DELINQUENT TAXES 
; Property locotod ot; 
37680 N. lake Vislo 
Terrace. Spring Grove. .. 

Permanent Index No.- 
05-(},4-1 13043 

This nolice is to odvise 
you that the above 



property has been sold for 

delinquent taxes and that 

'■' the p)iriod of redemption 

from the "sole will expire 

. on December 5, 1985. at 

extended. 

This notice it also lo 

'odvise you Ihot a petition. 

hos been filed for a tax 

deed which will Irohsfer 

ttlle and the righl lo 

) possession of this property 

if redemption is not mode 

on or before December 5, 

1985. 

The County of loke, os 
Trustee, Purchaser tntendt 
to moke application for an 
order on the petition for o 
tax deed, and this motter 
is set for hearing in 'the 
Circuit Court of this (;oun1y 
in Woukegon, Illinois on 
Jonuory 14, 1986. 

You moy be present ot 
this hearing but your, right . 
to redeem, will olready 
hove expired at that time. 

You ore urged lo 
redeem Immediately to 
prevent loss ol property. 

-Redemption con bo 
made at ony time, on or 
beio're December 5, 1985 
by applying lo the County 
Clerk ol Loke Counly ol the 
Counly Courthouse in 
Woukegon. Illinois. 

For further Informallon 

contoci llio Counly Clerk. 

County of Loke, 

, OS Trustee. 

Purchoser 

— Aug. 8rl5ond22. 1985 

B85B-172AR 

~. — UGAl— 

TO: Joseph N. . Sikes, 
Chicago Ttlle & Trust Co., 
Trust 35526. their s[x>uses. 
heirs, devisees, successors 
or assigns, if any; persons 
in occupancy or octuol 
possession ond unknown 
owners or parlies in- 
terested in ihe hereinofler 
described real eslote. 
Tax Deed. No. B2TX 104 

TAKE NOTICE 
STATE OF ILCINOIS 
COUNTY OF LAIfE,M 
D&fe Premises Sold: 
December 13, 1982 
Permanent Index No.: 02- 
21-407.008 

Sold lor Gerierol Taxes 

(Ye>ar) 1981 and/or prior. 

Sold - tor Special 

Assessment ol 

(Municipality) N/A ond 

Special Assessment. 

Number N/A, Warrant No. 

N/A, InsloUmenl No. N/A. 

THISPROPERTY 

HAS BEEN 

SOLO FOR 

DaiNOUENT TAXES 

Property located ol: 
22345 Virell Ave,: Aniioch. 

Permononl Index No.: 
02-21-407008 

This nolice is lo odvise 
you that the obove 
properly has been. sold tor 
dotinquoni toxes and ihol 
the period of redemption 
from the sole v/ill expire 
on DecerTYfaor 5. 1985. as 
extended. 

This notice is also to 
advise you that o petition 
hos been filed .lor o to* 
deed which will tronsfer 
title and ihe righl to 
possession ot this property 
il redemption is not made 
on or befora December 5 
1985. 

The County ot Lake as 
Trustee. Purchoser intends 
lo moke opplicolion lot an 
order on the potiliontor o 
lax deed, ond this matter 
is set lor hearing in ttio 
Circuit Court of this county 
in Woukegon. Illinois on 
January 9. 1986. 

You may be present ot 
this heoring but your righl 
to redeem will otroody 
hove expired at thai lime. 

You are urged lo 
redeem immediotely to 
.. prevent loss of property: 

Redemption con bo 
rriode at any time on or 
before December 5, 1985 
by applying to the County 
Clerk of Lake County ouhe 
County Courthouse in 
Woukegon, Illinois. 

For lurther information 

contoci the County Clerk. 

Counly of Loke. 

OS Trustee, 

Purchoser 

Aug. 8, 15 and 22, 1985 

SeSa-ITQ-AR 

-LEGAL— 

TO: Ann R. Primer, Fred 
Primer, Jr.., their spouses, 
heirs, devisees, successors 
or assigns, if any; persor^s 
in occupancy or ocluol 
possession ond unknown 
owners or parlies in- 
terested in the hereinoltor 
described real eslote. 

_^Tq'x Deed, U6. 82 TX 104 



1 2B Lakeland Newspapefs 



TAKE Nona 

STATtOFILUNOlS 

COUNTY OP LAKI.U . 
Dote Premiiet Sold: 
December 13.' 1982 
PermonenI Index No.: 02-. 
21-407-040 

Sold lor- General- Toxot 
(Year) 1981 and/or prior. 
Sold . (or Speciol- 
Atsettmenl of. 

(Municipolily) N/A ond 
Speciol Atsettment 
Number N/A, Warrqnl No. 
N/A, Instollmoni No. N/A. 
THtSPROPfRTT 

HASUIN 
-SOLOFOR 

DELINQUENT TAXES„. 

Property —located"^ at": 
40326 N. Donald Dr., 
Aniioch. 

Permanent Indeit No:: 
02-21-407-040 . 
■ This nolice It to advise 
you thai the above 
property hos been sold tor 
' delinquent foxes 'ond Ihol 
Ihe period of redemption 
from the solo will expire 
on December. 5. 1985, as 
extended. , 

This notice Is also_lo.[^ 
advise you that a petition 
hos been filed for p tax- 
deed which will transfer 
title and the ' righl. lo 
possession of this property . 
if redemption is not made 
. on or before December 5.. 
1985. 

The County of loke, qs 
Trustee. Purchoser intends 
' to make application' lor an'~ 
order on the petition tor o 
tax 'deed, and. this motler 
is set for heoring in the 
Circuit Court of this county 
in Woukegon. Illinois on 
Jonuory 9. 1986. 

You. may be present ol 
this hcHiring but your righl 
to redeem will olready 
hove expired at Ihol lime. 

You ore urged lo 
redeem Immediately lo 
prevent loss of prcperly. "' 

Redemption can ' be 
made at ony time on or . 
before December 5, 1985 
by applying lo the County 
Cie^k ol Icke Coun^/ at Iho 
County Courthouta, in 
Woukegon. Illinois. ' ', > 

For further informattofi 

contact Ihe County Clerk, 

County ot Loke. 

OS Trustee, 

Purchoser 

Aug.S, 15 ond 22. I9BS 

B85B-171-AR 

— UGAl^' 7-- 

TO: James J, Moier, 
Aniioch Savings ft Loon 
Assoc. FSIIC, Edwin 
Meese III ond Anton R. 
Votukos, their spouses, 
heirs, devisees, successors 
or assigns, if ony: persons 
in occuporKy or octuol 
possession ond unknown 
owners or parlies in- 
terested in Ihe hereinofler 
described reol estoie. 

lox Deed. No. 82 IX. 104 

TAKE NOTICE 
STATE OF lUINOIS 
COUNTY OF LAKE. M 

Dole Premises Sold 
December 13. 1982 
Permononl Indoi No. 03- 
31-213020 

Sold tor Gencrol Toxes 
(Year) 1981 ond or prior. 
Sold tor Speciol 
Assessment of 

(Municipality) N A ond 
Speciol Assossmcni 
Number N A. Worront No. 
N A Inslqllmcnt No. N A. 

THISPROPERTY 

HAS BEEN 

SOLD FOR 

DELINQUENT TAXES 

Properly locotod ot 
22206 N. North Dr.. An- 
tioch. • 

Permononl Index No ■ 
02.21213-020 ~~" ' 

This notice is to advise 
you Ihot Iho above 
property has been sold for 
delinquent toxoS and (h'oi 
Ihe period of redemption 
from the sate wilt expire 
on December 5. 1985, as 
extended. 

This notice is also lo 
advise you thai o pelition 
has been filed for o lax 
deed which will transfer 
tille and the righl lo 
possession of this property 
if rodemprion is not mode 
on or before December 5 
1985. 

Thc-Counly -of Lake, os 
Trustooj^ Purchoser irvtonds 
lo moke oppticalion tor on 
order on the petition for o 
lex deed, and Ihis mailer 
is set for hearing in iho 
Circuit Courl of this counly 
In Woukegon, Illinois on 
Jonuory 9. 1986. 



You may;^berprM«nt;at 
Ihit hearing but your rlghl' 
lo rvdeem will, alreaidy^ 
have expired at iKot tint*. 

.You are ..urged! lo , 
redeem Immediotely ' to 
prevent ton of property, ' . 
Redemplton ' can ,'b« 
mad* at "ony ttirie en. or . 
before December S, 1^ 
by opplying lolfva! County 
Clerk of Lake County at the 
Counly. CourthoUt* . In' 
Waukegan, Dllnolt. , ' 

For Turlher Informof loo 
contact iho.Couhty Clerk. 
County of Lake, 
.otTrutlefl. 
Purchater. ' 
Aug.S, 1 5 and 22.1 98S: 
■ 8a5B-167;AB 

•~'- — LEOAL— 

V TQ: James J. Mazer,' Mrt. 
Moier.Antlorh Savings S 
Loon Astocr, FSLtC. Edwin 
Meese III,' Anion . R. 
Volukot, ' their spouses, 
heirs, devisees, siiccettort 
or oistgnt, If any; person t 
in occupancy or octuol 
postestion' and unknown 
awnert or portlei in- 
* lerested in the herel(tolier~ 
described real etiote. 
Tax Deed. No. 62 TX 104 

TAKENOnCI 
STATfOFIUINOtS ' 
COUNTY OF LAKI,H 

Dote Pr^ntliet Sold; 
December 13. 1982 
Permanent Ind ex No.; 02»_ 
■2\'7Mmy~^ ^ ■ ~ ■ 
Sold for General Taxes 
(Year) 1981 ond/or prior. 
Sold for 'special 
Attestmeni - of 

(Municipality) N/A and 
.Special Astettmont 
T^umber N/A. Worronl No. 
N/A, Instotlmenl No. N/A. - 

• TYHIS PROPERTY 
HAS BUN 
SOLD FOR 
■ DELINQUENT TAXES 

Properly located . al: 
22184 W. .North Ave.,, 
Aniioch. 

PermonenI Index No.: 
02-21 -21 3-02 1 

This notice It to odvise 
you thol the obove 
. property hos been sold for 
delinqueni taxes and ifnit 
the period ol redemption 
from ihe sole will expire 
on December 5. 1985, as 
extended. - * • 

This notice it alto to 
' advise you that o pelilion 
hos been filed (or a tax 
deed which wilt transfer 
title and ihe right to 
possession of this properly 
it redemption Is not mode 
on or before December 5. 
1985. 

Tfie County' of Lake, os 
Truslee, Purchaser intends 
lo moke application for an 
order on the petiton lor a 
tax deed, and this motler 
is set lor heoring in Iho 
Circuit Court of Ihis county 
in Woukegon. Illtnoit on 
Jonuory 9. 1986. 

You moy be present ol. 
this heoring but your right 
to redeem will olrvody 
hove expired ol thot lime. 

You are urged lo 
redeem immediotely to 
prevent loss ol properly. 

Redemption con be 
mode ol ony time on or 
before December 5. 1985 
by applying lo the Counly 
Ctetk ol lake Counly at Ihe 
Counly Courthouse in 
Woukcqan; Illinois. 

For further inlormolion 

contoci Iho Counly Clerk,' 

'•^ County of Lake, 

OS Trustee. 

Purchaser 

Aug.S, IS and 32, 1985 

ee5B-168AR 

— UGAL— 

TO: Leon Broski, Voterio 
Broski, loo _BrpskL_Jr^_ 
_ Roior Broiki, — Medard- 
Broski. their tpoutet. 
heirs, devisees, successors 
or assigns. If any; persons 
in occupancy or ocluol 
possession and unknown 
owners or portiet ' In- 
tcresled in the he'relnoller 
described real estate. 
Tax Deed, No. 83 TX 104 

TAKE NOTICE 
STAHOFIUINOIS 
COUNTY OF LAKE, t« - 
Dole Premises Sold: 
December 13, 1982 
Permononl Index No.: 02- - 
21-407.006 

Sold lor Generol Toxei 
(Year) 1981 ond/or prior. 
Sold . for . Special . 
Assessment- of 

(MunicipoUly) N/A ond 
Special Atsettment 
Number N/A, Worronf No, : 
N/A, Instollmoni No. N/A. 



THISPROPERTY 
HASBEIN 
>KHOFOt 
. DOJNOUENTTAXa 

.Property lo<o1«d «* i 
'»3M W. Vir^T °^, 
-lloch. . * ™^-l 

Permanent Index M«". 
02-21-407.006 "^f. 
, Thit nolice Is to odvli.. 
you thai the obav!^ 
Prwty fws been so-U C^' 
dtlHuent toxes end ihrt"' 

he period of, redemptS 
from, the lote will expK 
Ofi D^ember 5. 1985; « 

/Jfhf" notke It olso to . 
pdviM you Ihol a petition" 
hat been filed lor oS 
deed whicli will tronil., 
title ond the rig^Z 
pottMftton ol this proptrtv 
11 /•demplion is nol mode 
on or before December 5 
19B5, ,, . ' 

The Counly of Uke, « 
Trustee. Purchoser inlendj 
lo moke opplicolion for on; 
onder on the petition for o • 
-tax. deed, and this rnoiitr 
It i«t. loLhebrjng in itie 
Circuit Courl of ihis countyi 
In , Woukegon, lllinoii on' 
Jonuory 9, 1986. 

You moy be proieni gl 
this heoring but your rioht 
- lo redeem, will . olrtody 
"have expired ot thot time. - . 
You are urged lo^ 
redeem irhmediately \q • 
prafvenl lost ot property. 

.jA^*4f.TP 1 1.0 II con _ be 

mode at. any 'time on or 

before 'December 5, I9as 

by' applyliig to the County 

Clerk of lake Couniy ot Ihe 

County . Courlhouse in 

jWdukegan. Illinois. 

■^'For .furlher informolion 

contact the County Clerk.... 

^"' Counly of Lake, 

osTfustet, 

Purchottf 

Aug.S, IS ond 23. 1965 

ee5B.169.AR 



;. — UGAL- 

TO: Mary M. Walker, ibeW 
tpoutot. heirs, devisees, 
successor* or ossigns. if 
any; persons in occupancy 
or octuol possession ond 
unknown owners - or 
parties Interested in ihe 
hereinafter described rtal 
aslole. ■ 
TaxOe«].No.82TXI04 

TAKENOTia 
STAnOriLUNOIS 
COUNTY OF LAKE, ti' 
Dale- Premises Sold: 
December 15. 1982 
Permar>cflt Index No.; 09- 
36-40a-OI3 ' 

Sold for General Toiis 
-(Yeor) -1981 -ond /or pf«c,- 
Sold lor Special 
Attestmeni of 

(Municipality) N'A oixf 
Special Attessmtnt 
Number N/A. Worronl No. 
N/A. Iiittollmeni No. N/A. 
THIS PROPERTY 

HASBEEN 
-, SOLO FOR 
blUNOUBNT TAXES 

Property located qt; 
- South line Wople Avenut, 
opproH. S40 feel East ol 
Easi — liri*— bl Osagt,:> 
WalKonda. 

Permanent 1nde« tk>.: 
0936406412 

ThIt notice is to odvitt 
you ihot the obove 
property fiat been sold for 
delinquent taxes and thol 
the period of. redemption 
from the sole will e«pire 
on December 5, 1985. as 
extended. 

This notice is olio to 
advise you that o pelilion 
hat been Ijled lor o lax 
deed which will tronsfer 
lilt* and the rigitt to 
postestion of this property . 
if redemption is not moot 
on or iMfore December 5, 

1985. 

The -County of loke. os- 
Trustee, Porctroser inltnds 
to moke oppticalion for on 
order on Ihe petition for a vgJ 
_tox..de«d.- and this tnattttl-Zh^ 
"Ir'fel'-for" hearing in the 
Circuit Court of this county 
in Woukegon. Illinois on 
Jonuary23, 1986. 

You moy be present ot 
thit heorlrig but your right 
toredewn will alreody ^ 
hov« expired ot that lim». 

You .ore urged to 
redeem (mmedtately «> 
prevent lb*» of property. 

Redemption con be 
mode, ot, ony lime on or 
before December 5, 1985 
by oppfylng "to the County 



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Dy opptying «o ino vu—-./ 
clerk of take County o»'n« 
County ^ Coortboute ip 
..Waukegoh; Illinois. • 

Foir for,lher Informolion 
ebntqcl the Counly Clerk. . 

Counly of Lo"*. 

OS Trustee, 

. ., - - Purchoser 

- ^o^S. 15alnd22. 1985 

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8:30 O'Bevarly Hlllblllln 
IE) Polka Dot Door 
ID Mr, Rogers' 
Neighborhood. 
ID I Love Lucy 
ID •. . Great Space 
Coaster 

® Jimmy Swaggart 
CD PopeyB _ _ 

HD Something Beaiitl* 
ful 

lESPNl Varied Pro- 
grams 

9:0.0 O Phil Donahue 
.-O-Jeopardy . 
O Silver Spoons 
O Young and the 
Restless 

O A.M. Chicago 
O Waltons 
IE) Reading Rainbow 
ID Sesame Street <CC} 
ID All My Children 
IB Mowie 

CD What's Happening 
fS Stock Market . 
CD Lost In Space » 
CD^hape Up 
lESPNl Varied Pro- 
srams 

9:30 O Every Second 
Counts 

Q Sale of the Century 
IQ Hooked on Aero- 
bics 

63 Brady Bunch 
fQ- Business News- 
. makers 
CD Windy City Alive 

10:00 O S29.000 Pyramid 
O O Wheel of 
Fortune 

O Price Is Right 
O O Angle 
O Big Valley 
ID Varied Programs 
ID Eight is Enough 
CB Divorce Court 
CD Windy City Alive 

i0:19 O Mr. Rogers' 
Neighborhood 
m stock Market 

10:30 O Press Your Luck 
O O Scrabble 
O G AtlSUr Blitz 
fO Ask an Expert 
CB Partridge Family 
CD Varied Programs 

10:49 IB Life Around Us 

11:00 O Body Language 
O Another World 
...O Super Password 
'*^ O Donahue 
O Ryan's Hope 
O Family 

ID TImmy and Lassie 
ID Tic Tac Dough 
IB Little House on Itte 
Prairie • 
ID Andy Crtlfith 
®Newi 
CB Emergency 
CD lESPNl Varied 
Programs 

1 1:19 O Sesame Street (CC) 
S Stock Market 

11:30 YoUng and the 
Restless 
O Search for Tomor* 



AFTERNOON 



O Loving 

IB Sesame SUeet (CC) 

IB Joker's Wild 

Ct Independent Newt 

89 Ask an Eapert 

CD Jimmy Swaggart 



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12:00 O O Days of Our 
Lives 

O ID Newt 
O All My Children 
a INN Midday Edlllon 
CD Movie 

.^, ,,; ID 700 Club 

CD Little Rascals 
CD Marvin Gorman 

12:15 @ Ask an Expert 

12:30 O As the World 
Turns 

~ 10 ^ — Mr. Rogers' 

Neighborhood 

ID Timmy and Lassie 

CD Anything . (or 

Money 

iD Munsteri 

CD Varied Programs 

1:00 O SanU Bartura 
O Another World 
O ID One Life to Live 
O Carol Burnett and 
Friends 

CD Reading Rainbow 
ID Varied Programs 
® News 
CD I Love Lucy 
CD Camp Meeting USA 

1:15 O) Stock Market 

1:30 OO Capitol 
O Andy GrtHlth 
CD Hoolied on Aero- 
bics 

O-JImmy Swaggart 
S^Ask an Eipert 
G9 Gel Srhart 
CDCampMeeUngUSA 

2:00 OO Guiding Light 
O Lqve Connection 

Santa Bartura 
O' IB General 
Hospital 

1 Dream of Jeannle 
ID CD Varied Pro- 
grams 

ID Bug* Bunny ft 
Friends 

ID Muppet Show 
CB Fat Albert 

2:30 O Newtywed Game 
OScooby Doo 
ID Comedy Greats 
~S Ask an Expert 
CB Inspector Gadget 
CD Varied Programs 

3:00 O Price Is Right 
O Alice * 
O Love Connection 
O Let's Make a Deal 
O Family Feud 
O Superfriends 
O Wild World of 
Animals 

IB Hour Magazine 
ID Fllntstones 
ID Tom ft Jerry and 
Friends 

CD Vfoody Woodpecker 
63 100 Huntley Street 

3:30 a Waltons 

O Ail New Let's Make 

a Deal 

Q Divorce Court 

B Jeopardy 

O ID Heathclirt 

Q Timmy and Lassie 

IB Mr. Rogers' 

Neighborhood 

fil Addams Family 

S 700 aub 

- - CB Tom 1> Jarry 

CD Varied Programs 
CD 100 Huntl^ Street 



4:00 O Quincy 


O People's Court 


O One Day at a Time 


. a Nem 


O Leave It to Beaver 


ID Mr. Rogers' 


Neighborhood 


ID Reading Rainbow 


ID Police Woman 


ID Brady Bunch 


ID Scooby Doo 


CD Fllntstones 


. CD Varied Programs 


4:30 O People's Court 


O Nem . 


O Jeff arsons 


Q Laverne and 


Shirley 


CD CD Sesame Street 


(CC) 


ID Father Knows Best 


ID Superfriends 


® Chicago Today 


CD Batman 


4:45 © Today's Race 


5iO0 OOOONews 


O Good Times 


ID Odd Couple 


CD Andy Grlflllh 


ID Love Boat 


m Moderlos S.A. 


CD Brady Bunch 


CD Hatha Yoga 


CD Jim Bakker 



lESPN] .Varied Pro- 
grams 

5:30 OQ CBS Nem 

O O NBC Nightly 

Nem 

O ID ABC Newt (CC) 

O Archie Bunker's 

Place 

ID Powerhouse 

"— |D~ Wild "World of 
Animals 
ID Green Acres 
CD Mork ft MIndy 
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THURSDAY" 
B/15/85 

10:30PM CD - Chicago To- 
night Wilh John 
v Cnllawsy 

FRIDAY 
8/16/85 

9:00PM O - World's 
Funniest Com- 
mercial' Goofs 111 
(CC) Robert Guil- 
laume and Em- 



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host l()is conioUy 
special ol Ijlun- 
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a/17/85 

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ban Beat Subur 
ban . housewives 
team up to invci 
ttgate Ihe murder 
ot a neighbor and 
find Ihemselvcs 
involved ' in a 
prostitution ring 
(60 min.) 



MONDAY 
8/19/85 



7:00PM 



^ WM — Today 
At Night Bryonl 
Gumbel and Jane 
Pauley ancho* 
this special even- 
ing presentation 
ol the morning 
news program 
(60 mm ) 

7:30PM © - Elvis Pres- 
ley's Comeback 
' Special 

9:0aPM €S — Elvis Memo- 
ries ' 



lOrSOPM G» _ Chicago To- 
night With John 
' Callaway 
TUESDAY 
8/20/85 

10:30PM (D - Chicago To- 
night With John 
Callaway 

WEDNESDAY 
8/21/85 

B:OOPM O O -. Circus 
of the Stars Gary 
Collins, Jamie 
rarr: Merv Griflin 
and Brooke 

Shields serve as 
ringmasters for 
Ihis array ot cir- 
cus teals pcr- 
lormed by televi- 
sion and dim 
. Stars (R) (2 hrs J 

tD — Great Mo- 
ments with Na- 
tional Geo- 
graphic (CC) Hal 
Holbfook hQSt^(> 
this special cete 
braling the 10th 
.inniwersary oi 
t^ationai Geo 
gi aphic specials 
oil public televi- 
sion (R) (2 hrs ) 
10:30PM GI _ Chicago To- 
night With John 
Callaway 




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5 Belonging fo CneSiw 

9 Regret 
10 "— — Clear D»y ' 
1 2 Actof Gfeef 
15 Debbie c Phylicn Ayw* 
18 Peddle 
20 Teacher s toe 

2 1 Charne 

22 Church part 

24 AclcM HassclhofI 

25 Belooomo to Alptu 
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31 Eutopfjn U S alliance 
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32 Pari 

34 L«*vM's vji . sp 

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4 1 Pieuiously o^^nm\ 
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3 Southern univ. 



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6 "Pa/iners — Crime'.' 

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16 Audrey or Judv 
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19 She's Alice 
23 Open Iclue lo pu/rle 

answefl 

26 Negalive: 

27 Coteman on ' CatirM-v 
and Lacpy 

29 Gtanrfy ori Tl» 
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30 Hoofdv in Baiceiona 
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6:00 O O O O O O 

Newt 

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IB Hoohod on Aero> 
hic* 
^. O M«eNtll/Uhr«r 
NewthAur 
O Botom Buddin 
® IntonnKlon • 
® Happy D«y> Af aln 
O.Fftmlly: Refugt or 
, Priwn . 

® Climb That Houn- 
Uin 

lESPNl Sportscantor 
6:30 O Family Faud 

O N«« Name That 
Tune ■' 
. O PM Magailne 

Wheal of Fortune 
CB Soap 

m MacNell/Lehrer 

Newthour 

IB Entmrtalnment To* 

night 

® Private Benjamin 

® Herenciade Amor 

IB Sanford and Son 

83 Zola Levin 

1 HBO] Not Necauarily. 
the Newt ' 

lESPNl ESPN't Speed- . 

week 
6:45 CD MOVI& 'The 

Cockeyed Cowboys of 

Calico County' 
7:00 O O Macnum, P.I. 

O O Cotby Show 

O (B MOVIE: 'The 

Buddy Holly Story' 
(CCJ 

O MOVIE: -Twlllghft 
Lait Gleaming' 
- O ThU Old House 
(CC) 

m It's A Living 
fQ PM M«ga2ins 
63 Ascent of Man 
63 Windy City Alive 
[HBOl MOVIE: 'Until 
, September' (CC) 
IESPnI Major League 
Baseball^lm 
7:30 O O Family Tlet 

O Major League 
Bate.ball: Montreal at 
St Louis 

(D Profiles ol Nature 
Q Sneak Previews 
O )t Takes Two 
fQ Ayudal 

CB Major League 
Baseball: Chicago 

White Soi at Milwau- 
kee 
6:00 O O Simon & Simon 
(CC) 

O B Cheers 
OD Smithsonian Wor^ld 
- (CC) 
IS Enterprise 
m MOVIE: 'Washing- 
ton Affair' 
83 Pretentef 
(D John Ankerberg 
■lESPNl Top Rank 
BoKing from Atlanllc 
City. NJ 
6:30 O O NIghl Court 
Q} Frugal Gourmet 

m Si Vale!Lv 
83 Financial Enter- 
prise 

89 Closer Look 
BAi CD MOVIE: -The 
Brotherltood' 



9:0(1 O O Knot't Undlng 
(CO 

OO Hill Street Blues 
O m 20/20 (CC) 
IB Outdoor Wisconsin 
ID Mytteryl (CC) 
® Laura Guzman- 
Culpable 

O Nightly Butlnati 
* Report 
CB Jamet Robtson 
[HBOl MOVIE: 'Can- 
nonbsll Run II' (CC) 

9:30 ONewt ■ 
O Hotorweek 
9 Calllgraphr w/Ken 
Brown 
IB 700 Club 

10:000 O O O O IB 



- ODmI'i Army 
O Nightly Butlncts 
Report 

O Lane ll to Beaver - 
69 Informacion 
® Magle/PalnUng 
Keeps ifcet 

10:30 O Columbo 

a RocMord Filet 
O Tonight Show 
O Benton 

O ABC Newt Night- 
line 

O Cannon 
IB Latenight America 
O Chicago Tonight, 
IB M*A*5*H 
IB Tonight Show 
® Hola...Peluta 
m Kojak 
m Hatha Yoga 
lESPN) Sportscenter 

10:45 IB MOVIE: 'Crazy Joe' 
(HBOl The 9th Annual 
Voung Comedians 
Special - .- - 

11:00 O Hawaii Flve-0 

O Eye on Hollywood 
ID Alfred Hitchcock 
IB Odd Couple 
© TV High School 
iQ Jim Bakker 
lESPNl Polo: 1985 
Shearton Invllational 
Polo Cup 

11:30 O O Late Nfghl with 
David Letterman 
a Sale ot the Century 
Q MOVIE: The 

Pumpkin Eater' 
IB Bix Festival 
IB ABC News Night- 
line 

ID Twilight Zone 
03 Ethiopia: The 
Nightmare Conlirtues 
IB Starsky and Hutch 

12:00 O New Avengers 

O MOVIE: 'Nickel 
Rlde- 

O MOVIE: 'Night 
Watch' 

10 Star Hustler/Sign 
OH 

Q) CNN Headline 
News 
IBSCTV 

IB Christian Child- 
ren's Fund 
IB Jimmy Swaggart 
tHBOl MOVIE: Private 
School' 

lESPNl To Be An- 
nounced 

FRIDAY 

8/16/85 

EVENINC 

6:00 O O O O O IB 

News 



O Private Benlafnln 
IB Hooked on Aero- 
bics 
O - MacNell/Lehrer 

, Newthour 

IB Sanford and Son 

IB Bosom Buddies 

g3 Informacion 

€B Happy Dayi Again 

CB In Performance at 

the While Houie 

G9 Jewlth Jewels 

lESPNl Sporttcenter ' 
6:30 O O * Wheel ot 

Fortune 

Q New Name That 

Tune 

O PM Magazine 

O Soap 

IB MacNell/Lehrer 

Newthour 

O Enttrtalnmant To- 
night 

O All In the Family 
:;:D Private Benjamin 
'^G9 Herencia de Amor 

& sanford and Son 

Q Hike Adkint 

"lESPNl NFL Yeartwok: . 

New Orleans' 
7:00 8 Fight to the Finish 
I O O Knight Rider 
\ ' O Duket of Hazzard 
" a CB Webster (CC) 
' O MOVIE: 'Seven 

Days In May' 

O Washington Week/ 

IB MOVIE: 'Munster 
. . Go Home' 
(B ll't A Uvtng 
m PM M^arlne 

Working Women 
® Windy City Alive 
[HBOl MOVIE:. 'Streets 

01 Flre'_(CCL 
[ESPN] NFL YMrbook: 
Indianapolis 

7:30 O Exhibition Football: 
Chicago at SL Louis 
O CB Mr. Belvedere 
(CC) 

IB ID Wall Street 
Week 

IB It Takes Two 
@ Conclerlo 
fQ Major League 
BasobatI: Chicago 

White Sox at Milwau- 
kee 

fB Quilting 
lESPNl NFL Yearbook: 
Houston 
8:00 O O Motown Revue 
Starring Smokey Rob- 
inson 

O MOVIE: Not Just 
Another AHalr' (CC) 
O IB Benson (CC) 
IB Evening at Pops 
CD Chicago Week In 
Review 

IB Star Search Junior 
Championship 
CB Cinema Showcase 
€D Light Mustc 
(ESPN) NFL's Greatetl 
Moments: Saviors, 
Sin- nert. Saints 
8:30 O Ofl the Rack (CC) 
ID Great Perform- 
ances 

IB Elvis Presley's 
Comeback Special 
® Hollywood Latino 
..'* iD Tony Brown's 
Journal 

ED Jimmy Swaggart 
9:00 O O Miami Vice 

O World's Funniest 
Commercial Goofs III 
(CO 



IB Market to Market 
IB Major League 
Baseball: AtlanU at 
' San Diego 
03 Laura Guzman- 
Culpable 

83 NIghljy business 
Report 

iHBOl MOVIE: 'Re- 
venge of the Nerdt' 
(CC) , 

(eSPNl PKA Full 
Contact Karate: U.S. 
Light Welterweight 
Title Fight 
9:30 a O Newt 

IB Washington Week/ 

Review 

IB King ot the Hobot 

CB 700 Club 
10:00 O O O O O ffi 

Newt 

® Outdoor Wisconsin- 
' ' O Laava It to Beaver 
89 Informacion 
83 Van Can C^k 
10:30 O MOVIE: 'The 
Stalking Moon' 
-O Rocktord Filet 
O Tonight Show 
O Benton 

O ABC Newt Night- 
line 

O Cannon 
O Latenight America 
G M*A*S*H 
IB Tonight Show 
83 Hola...Pelusa 
CB Kojak 
CD Hatha Yoga 
iHBOl MOVIE: 'Black- 
out* (CC) 

[ESPNl Sporlseenter 
10:45 ID MOVIE: 'On the 

Town' 
11:00 Hawaii Flve-0 
- -^-O Eye on Hollywood 
IB Odd Couple 
CB Jim Bakker 
IESPNI Top Rank 
Boxing from Atlantic 
City. NJ 
11:30 O Friday Night 
Videos 

fB Rock on Chicago 
O MOVIE: 'High 
Velocity' 

IB Sweet Sixteen 
IB ABC Newt Night- 
line 

IB Twilight Zone 
- 03 El Show de Alva 
Molina 
CB Harry O 
11:45 ID Night Tracks 
12:00 O MOVIE: 'Shalako' 
IB SUr Hustler/Sign 
Ofl 

IBSCTV 
IB Night Gallery 
03 El Club 700 
JB Jimmy Swaggart 
12:15 iHBOl MOVIE: 'Eddie 

Macon's Run' 
12:30 O Record Guide 

IB More Real People 
IB Star Search 
CB Comedy Classics 
CD 700 Club 
12:45 Q MOVIEt 'Scott 
(loplln: KIng-ot 
time* 



8:00 



8:30 



9:00 



9:30 



Rag- 



SATURDAY 
8/17/85 

MORNING 



5:00 




UNDERWATIR OUEST — ^ Underse a pToducer-director-cinemgtogrQpher 
Al'<5t33ings ancJ"neopHyTo~diver Shawn Weafherly spenf on entire year 
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O Bill Cosby Show 

O ID CNN Headline 

Newt 

O Movte Cont'd 

O Abbott and Costello 

IB Better Way 

89 Slen of the Times 

lESPVl AuslrelUn 

Rules Football 

O Morning Stretch 

O Tane Grey Theatre 

IB U.S. Farm Report 

a Between the Lines 

' CD Our World 

I iMBOl MOVIE -Deal ol 
Ihe Century' 
O Daybreak 
O Agriculture USA 
O Public Conference 
O Cartoons 
03 Joy ot Gardening 
ID Baseball Bunch 
IQ From Ihe Editor's 
Desk 

CD Our People los 
Htspanos 

CD Adventures in 
Learning 

O Buyer's Forum 
O KIdsworld 
O Alvln & (he 
Chipmunks 
O Baseball Bunch 
O Popeys and friends 
O Three Score 
® Hot Fudge 
ID Get Smart 
ID My VIeiM 
CBNewt " 

CD Lift Jesus Higher 
lESPNl 1985 SOOcc 
Molorcross World 

Championship: 
O Cartoons 
O O Bisklttt 
iEiaSnorkt~ 
O IB Superfrlendt 
El 'J-Sl f"tp Report 
IB Market (o Market 
CD Burns A Alien 
O Cimarron Strip 
ID Milwaukee Ob- 
server 

CD Chicago '85 
CD Secret Place 

& OkCel Along Gang 
O O Pink Panther 
and Sons 

O IB Superfriends 
O World Tomorrow 
IB Victory Garden 
ID Jimmy.an dJjitle_ 



airs Sunday, Aug; 18 on NBC. 
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ID It's Your Business. 
03 Without a Vision 
CB Our People Im 
Hlipanos 



CD KIdt Jamboree - 
IHBOl MOVIE: 'Oxford 
Bluet' (CC) 
[ESPN) Sporttcenter 
O O Muppet Bablet 
O 8 Smurft 
O IB Mighty Orbott 
O Gamer Ted Arms-. 
trong 

IB Saving Energy. 
ID Here's to Your 
Health 

IB Glftlctnort Hotel 
9 -Cinema, Cinema 
® Romper Room 
@ Toddler's Friends 
lESPNl NFL's Greatett 
Momenta: -Bett-Evor 
CoachM 

O O Dungeont & 
Dragons 

B O Turbo-Teen 
O hauM Unlimited 
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O New Zoo Revua 
a Miller's Court 
CB Dav«y fc Goliath 
O O Bugs Bunny/ 
Road Runner 
O IB Rublk the 
Amazing Cube 
O Charlando 
IB This Old House 
(CC) 

O Last Clunce Garage 
(CC) 

Q Super Sports 
America 

® Sangeeta Pre- 
sents... 

CB Expedition: Danger 
IDKPTL 

[ESPN] Action Sports 
of the 80't: 
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O Alvln A Ihe 
Chipmunks 
O IB New Scooby 
Doo Mysteries 
O People to People 
IB Molorweek 
ID Rod t Reel 
ID MOVIE: -Dodge 
City' 

CB Comedy Classics 
CD Joy Junction 
iHBOl MOVIE: The 
.Adventures'* ot Bucka- 
roo Banzai' 
lESPNl To Be An- 
nounced 
10:00 O O CBS Storyl>rejk 
.{CC) 

O B Kldd Video 
O IB Scary Scooby 
Funnies 

O Wild Kingdom 
IB Sneak Previews 
ID CNN Headline 
Newt 

Q^ Ernest Angiey 
CD Bible Bowl 

Land of the lost 
O Video Music 
Machine 

o Mr. r 

O Lassie 

O IB Littles (CC) 

O Aung Fu 

IB RomaEnoH's Table 

ID Greats ol Ihe Game 

CB Wreslilng 

CD Circle Square 

ll.OOO O Bugs Bunny, 
Road Runner 
O Amaiing Spider 
man 

O IB ABC Weekend 
Special (CC| 
IB Wall Street Week 
ID This Week In 
Baseball 
03 Alatiatr 
CD Athletes in Action 
UsPM Auto Racing 
-85 (MSA Ct Series 
liom Porlland.Or 

1130O O Saturday 
Supcrcade 

Q America's Top Ten 
O Incredible Hulk 
O IS American 
Bandstand 

O MOVIE Seminolr 
O Sesame Slreel (CCl 
ID Baieball Bunch 
fB MOVIE- -Tattoo 
Dragon- 
CD Sound Effects 
IkboI Not Necessarily 
the News 

11:45 ID MOVIE: Pitls 
burgh' 

AFTERNOON 

12:00 O Idea Shop 

O World of Spe«d/ 

Beauty 

ID Nightly Business 

Report 

ID SUr Search Junior 

Championship 

m El Club del Nino 

CD Solo Act 
' THBOt MOVIE; 'Red 

Dawn' (CC) 

lESPNl Tennis: 1985 

Men's Canadian Open 
Championships Irom 

Montreal 
12:30 O O Pole Position 
^..OjGeorge Bamberger 

Show 

O Super Chargers 

O Rock on Ctilcago 

IB Mr. Rogers' 

Neighborhood 

ID Jean Shepherd 

Americi (CC) 

IB Hardy Boys/ Nancy 

Drew Mysteries 

03' La Hora de la 

Decision 

CD Weekend Gardener 

Q MOVIE: 'Tall 

Gunner Joe' 
"O'BrWslde Look ~r - 



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CD Creek Show 
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Baseball; Kansas City 
•I Toronto OR Phila- 
delphia at Chicago 
O MOVIE: -That's 
Entertainment l\' _ 
O Video Shack 
O MOVIE: 'Tha 
Bulirightert' 
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MOVIE: 'Donovan'* 
Brain' 

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O MOVIE: 'White 
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O Smithsonian World 
(CC) 

O Nova (CC) 
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Braw* 

a GGP Surfing 

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Pravlaw 

O Amartca't Top Ttn 

O Nattira of Things 

Q Macic of Waurco- 

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O Voice of Attyrta 

® Action-Packed 

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(ESPNl PGA Golf: Buick 

Open from Grand 

Blanc, Ml. 

O NFL's Most Valua- 
ble Player 

O IB Wide World of 

Sports 

O Soul Train 

ID Magic ol Oil 
-Painting 

CB Buck Rogers 

CD Maglc/Palnting 

Keepsakes 

IHBO) MOVIE: 

Ihe Century' 

O O CBS 

Special: The 

SUkes 

O f«BC 

Women's Golf 

IB Masterpiece 

Theatre (CC) 

ID Victory Garden 

O FIshIn' w/Orlando 

Wilson 

ID Buck Rogers 

fQ Beautiful Korea 

(D Quilting 

CD Vida Abundante 

Welcome Back 
Kolter. 

IS Molorweek lilus- 

1 rated 

CB SUr Trek 
CD Kathy's Kitchen 
CD Cristo Viene 
ID Justin Wilson La. 
Cookin' 

O Horte Racing 
O Al The Movies 
O O O News 
O Little House bn Ihe 
Prairie 

IB Malinee at the 
Bijou 

IB Odd Couple 
ID World Champion- 
ship Wrestling 
ID Puttin' on Ihe Hits 
Q3 Polonia Today 
CD Magk of Oil 
Painting 

CD Mancy Harmon's 
love SpecUl 
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■85 IHRA Oraf Racing 
. Molocraft 
ID Frucal Gourmet 
O O CBS News 
O O NBC Nightly 
Newt 

O IS ABC News (CCl 
ID Dance Fever 
83 Outdoor Sports- 
man 

CB Mme 

CD College for Canines 
^ Nancy Harmon's 
Love Special 
iMBOl MOVIE: -Brady's 
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I learned a lesson the hard way about iiji- 
provising.|ll concerns a German dish I fell in 
■ love with during a trip (o Disney World's Ep- 
col Center! 

My wife, some of her relatives and I had 
dinner at the German Pavilion's Biergarten. 
oom-pah iband and'v all While Anita's 
relatives ale chicken^ we dined on Ger- 
bratene Kalbshaxe — roasted veal shank 
with vegetables. 

I had hoped to duplicate the dish at home. I 
got hold of several recipes, not the exact one. 
and' improvised. I bought the veal shank at 
m>^ favorite Italian specially store, where it 
usually is cut for Osso Buco a 'la 
Milanese, which is braised in \^hite wine, 
tomatoes and other vegclablcS:. 

Instead of simmering the shank in 
seasoned waler with vegetables, then 
browning it in (he oven while basting with 
melted butter. 1 braised the meat entirely on 
the stove. I also mistakenly let the shank 
simmer in the sauce instead of pouring it 
over the meat after cooking 

1 later discovered the errqr of my ways af- 
ter locating llie e.xaci recipe. It explained in 
le.'is noisy language than my wife's why the 
shank lasted nothing like the meal at Epcot. 



To make amends. 1 prepared another dish 
that I often ate away from the Alrmy 
barracks in West Germany - Wiener Schnit- 
zel, 

So it was culinary justice that I returned to 
the Italian store, where I learned that the 
veal cutlets from the leg's underside are 
usually on sale — not the topside cuts thai I 
planned to purchase. » 

1 ended up going for the more expensive 
veal. At least I didn't have to pound them 
thinner. T also learned that the method of 
cooking veal cutlets didn't originate in 
Austria, but was introduced from Italy 

Live and learn ~ and cook. 

Italian Wiener Schnitzel 

4 Italian-style veal cutlets 

2 teaspoons lemon juice 

3 tablespoons all-purpose flour 

1 egg. beaten « 

6 tablespoons Itahan-style bread crumtis 
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Slash edges of veal In prevenl curling 
during cooking Sprinkle each cutlet with 
lemon juice, dredge m flour, dip thoroughly 
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heat, turning first lime after eight minutes, 
until golden brown, cwiking 1.5-20 minutes. 
Can garnish with lemon slices Can serve 
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Ixining that lakes time and patienc** 

A friend asked me how to tM)ne chick<*ri 
wings "N'oure kidding. " I said, explainini: 
thai I didnt own a scapel 

When I attended my stepson'"- vicdditiu 
Ihey served an array of llalian di>hvs in 
eluding eggplant Parnt#san. bakul /ili and 
huue meatballs There was also thukrn 
Kranicse. which was shapeti like stars ,inr| 
v\as ihf size of half dollars Ihankv to .i 
C(H)kie cutter anddii-jv-fnt'd 

"Chicken Krancese," (he i-alcring lu»vj« -.^ 
s;)id ■Chicken dehcious." I said 1 d«tidr«t to 
prepari" the dish using chicken hrr.isN 
Boning in> ownsaviHlabout $1 7iia poiiml 

While a fillet knife helps srparalf Ihr llrsli 
from Ihe bones, the main action i.-* supphi'd 
by supple fingers I got rid of the lug fxint- 
first, then remo\ ed the skin It tmik aboul -Ij 
minulo (odd Ihe first five hreasl.s. imludmi; 
Iriminmg excess fat and unsfie 

I in.serted each piece in a plastic storaur 
bag and used the side of a meat malU-l lo 
pount the chicken thinner, working from (ht 
center out. 

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CD Sanford and Son 
CD Bosom Buddies 
63 Informaclon 
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CD Dream Begins 
CD Ouir Wortd 
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O New Name That 
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O La Messa 
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CD MacNell/Uhrer 
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03 Herencia de Amor 
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CD Dale Kranque: 
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CD Living Stones 
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O O A-Team (CC) 
O IB Who's the 8oss7 
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CD Nova (CC) 
CD Bowling 

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CD^n Performance at 



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iHBOl MOViE: -Mid- 
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CB Benny Hill Show 
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CD Nova (CC) 

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63 Bluegrass Ramble 

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Maria Richwinc. 
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Udui;IjS Frcdrii 
fjl.irth 1964 

10:30PM O — 'The Stalk- 
ing Moon' An 

ln«1i,in li(;ht(<r 

li.ilil>pc) iti [)i>.ufly 
I onllii I wit'i .1 
rull»l«»vs Ap,i< Iti- 
Aill sliii) ,il nrt 
ttunj; Ifi ro< .ip 
lun" Ins son r>ri- 
P.Ory Pi-( k I 4.1 
M.tiK* S.i>nl Mr>|t 
prlloistri 19<i9 

10:45PM CI _ On the 
Town' Ifirct' s.n 
Inrs or* liMvC Si'l 
nur tti lii'd Miss 
Tu'nsfilcs ol lire 
I Mi«)U> Gc'n.' 

Kflly f f.irik Sifi.i 
!r,i Ann Millor 
1949 

n :30PM O _ -High Veloc 

lly" Wtitui .1 lotJ 

)>><.'I UllVf <tl|ll .1 

t:IOl>.il t or put J- 

.1 Vwlii.i'n if 
ft"* .in i\ (rrtuileO 
to lj'i»>i; itif lios 
t.>t'e tiji ^ ,iiivi> 

Bp<' G.)//.ir.l 

f'.tui WirdirlJ Ah' 
(,ir>()r<, Uff 

19?/ 

12:45AM O - Scott io. 

ptin: King of Rag- 
lime' fi I'lUSlI .ll 
'Ji.tlti.r ir,..t 

Tr.ii i>s |l.|. life n1 .) 
J'ltU'iJ hi, II b rtius) 
' '.!>■ tliily [)t<r 
Y/itli.irrts An Cut 
'»'f CIlttQti 

Uay.s 19;^ 

SATURDAY 

8/17/85 

1 1:30AM O — Seminole- A 
lieutenant js 

signed 10 a fort in 
Florida lr<es to 
Slop his com- 
mander Ifom 
moving against 
the lnd^ans Rock 
Hudson. Anthony 
Qumn. Barbara 
Hale 1953 



® — 'Tattoo Dra- 
gon' A traveling 
boxer knowh as 
•The Orogon' foils 
the attempts ol 
gangsters to rob 
a charity. 



1:00PM O — 'Tall Gunner 
Jo«* A factual 
drama ol Ihc laic 
Sen. Joseph 

McCarthy, whose 
charges ol com- 
munis! inliltratton 
into the military 
and government 
touched oH the 
•Red' Scare" ol 
the 1950s. Peter 
Boyle. Burgess 
Meredith. John 
Forsythc and Pa- 
tricia Neat. 1976, 

1:30PM O _ .The Bull- 
fighter*' Being 
Ihe "spitting .im- 
age' ol a lamous 
bulllighter lands 
Hardy in Ihe ring 
m Mexico Laurel 
and Hardy 1945" 

€B — 'Donovan'* 
r-*-- Brain' A scicn 

lisl's expert, 

- mcnts with a 
dead man's brain 
result in violence 
and murder Lew 
Ayres. Gene 

Evans. Nancy 
Davis 1953 

7:00PM O - 'Capone' 

The life ol At Ca 
pone, from street 
punk to gang king 
to his latt through 
betrayal, is re 
counted Ben 

Ga//ara. Susan 
Blakely. John 
Cassavetes 
1975 

8:00PM ©--No Time for 
Comedy' A small 
■own playwright 
h,is a play prod 
uced on Broad 

' w.iy jnd lalls tn 

tove witti Iho star 
J.imev Slewari 
RoSjihnd Russell 
Ciijttcs Ru(>j;les 
1940 

10:30PM O — 'The Forttin 
Project' A supor 

SUJllltSlK .Itl'll 

< oniiiutfi ()H)yv% 
In H.tvi- .1 (tlilKj ol 

•Is oivn .ttul t>ri> 
|<.)'i*s In luo' firii> 
>ru)t'tJ<'<i;)nnrly 
I'll llr.ii.'llt-'i Sij 
S.il. \ l.irfc All-. 
HiiUini- 1969 

£0 — Sam Wht*- 
key' A bp.iulitui 
*idtii* irw's to val 
v.i^lo .1 torluni- iri 
(>nU) tirickis sloU-n 
liy ti<<i husb.mit 
Buit Reynolds 
AnK>t' Oic kirtson 
Clinl W.ilk«>r 

1969 

IO:45PMO> 'Uptown Sa 
turday Night' 
Iwro Itirntls f"nd 
up ifi ,1 moss ol 
I'OotiM" .(llpr llicy 
KiMl ttn-ir t.ivOrilr' 
S.ituril.iy nictil 
tt.iri^^riul Sidi>«"y 
l*Oilii>i Bill 

t ostiy H.trff b(* 
l.llrjnli' 1974 

11 30PM CD _ The Solid 
Cold Cadillac' A 
sntjllstocktiolder 
I rcjlcs ti.uroc .it 
•I board meeting 
Over corrupt tor 
porate prjcticcs 
Judy Holliday 
Paul Duuglas 
FredCWk 1956 

12:45AM 0--Th. Bait' An 
undercover pol 
ice woman lures a 
killer into a trap 
Dorina Mills. Mi- 
chael Coristan- 
line. June Lock- 
hart. 1972 

2:0OAM © _ .D,„ of 
Wlhfl and Rot««' 
A public relations 



'man 'persuades 
his wile to be; 
come a "social 
drinker and bolh 
become alcohol- 
ics. Jack Lem 
mon, Lee Re- 
mick. 1963. 

SUNDAY 
8/18/85 



1 1:30AM 



m — 'Biachbeanl. 
the- Pirate'^ A 
bcaulilul gi'l vvilh . 
■ a lorlunc in |ow- 

. els" linds lierscH 
Ihe captive of the 
notorious Black- 

. • beard Robcrl 
Newton. Linda 
Darnell. R!Cf>ard 

, Egan 1952 

12:aOPM O — 'Mcttaga to 
My Daughter* A 

",.' young girl's 

father gives Iter 
tapes that her 
dead mother re 
corded for ticr.l 7 
years ago Martin 
, Stiecn. Bonnie 

Gedelia. Kitty 
Wmn 1973 

' _ JSB — 'Cay Purree' 
Adventures ol a 
group ol cats who - 
leave their farm 
home lo go to 
Pans . Judy Gar 
land. Robert Gou- 
tet. Red Buttons 
1962 
1:00PM O — lee Sutlon 
Zebra' A nuclear 
submarine crew 
rices with the 
Russians lo find a 
piece of film from 
a Russsian salel- 
titc Roch Hud 
son. Ernest Borg- 
nine. Patrick 

McGoohan 
1968 
1:30PM O - Death 
Squad' Alter ,i 
series ol 

gangland style 
etecuipons an 
en cop IS lured 
b.Kii In itie force 
to indltfaie tenc 
g.ide elcmt'nts tn 
Iho (Irpartmcnl 
Rob4"(t Tor slot. 
Mulvyn Dou^jlas. 
Mictiellc Pliillips 
1973 

* 

€0 — 'Spencer'* 
Mountain' The 
p.irenls ol a 
Wyoming moun- 
tain boy. one ol 
nirw children 
give up their 
plans tor a retire 
me/it dream 

lionir to send 
hint lo college 
Henry Fonda 

Maureen O Hara 
J.imes MacAr 
ttiur 1 969 

5:00PM ffi— Cannon For 
Cordoba' An 

Anien(..in Army 
inlciligencr tap 
l«in .»nd a .sntail- 
proup 61 m«rn 
rtiuM qur'll ttu" 
dpstu'li.intes 
li'ou^.tit jl>bul by 
l^piicjn outlaws 
Geofgr' Peppjrd 
GiOv.inri,) R.1II1 
1970 

7:00PM O CD — Supar- 

man' (CC) 'An m- 

t.mt Irom tt»e pU 

— nel Krypton jOur- 

answer 



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oeys lo Earth 
where he grows 
up to battlc.cvil. 
Christopher 
Reeve, . Gene 
Hackman, Mar- 
got Kidder. 1978. 

11:30PM O — 'Brother Or< 
chid' Wtien a 
gangsicr lakes 
' refuge' in a mon- 
aslery. he learns 
some things 

about tile. Ed- 
ward G. Robin- 
son, Ann Soth- 
cfn. Humphrey 
Bogart. 1940. 

12:00AM O — 'Who Wai 
That Lady?' A 

prolcssor. caught 
kissing a studcnl, 
gels his TV writer 
Iricnd to dream 
up an cxptanalion 
■ which finds him in 
trouble with the 
FBI Tony Curtis. 
Dean Martin. Ja- 
net Logh. 1960 



3:00AM 



O — 'Bride of Iht 
Gorilla' A cur&e 
changes a man 
into a gorilla Bar- 

. bara Peyton. Lon 
Chaney. Ray- 
mond Burr 1951 

MONDAY 
8/19/85 



8:00PM 



iM93 — '0t Mica 
and Men' (CC) A 
ranch hand strug- 
gles to provide a 
beller way ol life 
lor - himvcti -and 
his feebleminded 
Inend. Rot>crt 
Blake. Randy 

Quaid, Lew 

Ayres 1981 

11:30PM O — -How SwmI 
It i*f A Europe 
bound couptc 
finds Ihe house 
they've rented on 
Ihe Riviera is at 
ready occupied 
by a French play- 
boy Debbie Rey- 
nolds. James 
Garner . Paul 
Lynde 1968 

O — 'Fanta*llc 
Voyage' A super- 
secret organi/a 
tton IS called in to 
shrink people to 
microbe si/e lo 
repair the brain 
ol a lamout ' 
*cienlist Ste- 

phen Boyd. Ed- 
mund O'Brien, 
Raquel Welch 
1966 
lZ.30h.4 O — 'Ut1»«' 
Three tellers, de- 
layed' a year in 
delivery, bring 
news thai dra- 
malicatty 
Change* ttie live* 
ol nirve people 
John Forsyttie. 
Dma Merrill. Ida 
Lupine 1972 

TUESDAY 
8/20/85 

7:00PM OO-'Thiln. 
Law*' A mild 
mannered den 
t>sl l>eromes an 
unwilling cotiorl 
in crinx; with hii 
soon to tte in- 
law Peter litik 
Atan Arkin. Ri 
— ctwwd— Litter lint 
1979 

1 1.30PM i|_. Tony Rome' 
A private ' eye 
searches lor slo 
len jewels Frank 
Sinatra. Jill St 
Jofm. Richard 
Conle 1967 

12:00AM O - Man on 1 
String' A man. 
whose lather es- 
caped from t>e- 
titndthe Iron Cur 
tain. IS forced to 
work With Rus- 
sian espion,ige 




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WEDNESDAY 

8/21/85 



Doug McKeon. 
4 - Helen ■ Hun* 
. . 1982. ' 

11:30PM O - 'A Married 
Man' 



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3 — 'Dftp«rate 
Live*' A brother 
and sister be- 
come victims ol 
drug abuse as 'O 
high school guid- 
ance counselor 
bailies againsi il- 
Diana Scarwid,, 



m — 'Matqutr- 
ada' A private in- 
vesligatdr be- 
comes involved 
with the disap- 
pearance of the 
hcadolanolt-rJch 
middle eastern 
Kingdom. Clill 
Robertson. Jack 
Hawkins. Marisa 
Men. 196S. 




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7:30PM 



1:15PM 



THURSDAY 

8/15/85 

O — M'iw 
.Le^ufl Baiaball: 

Monlraa) at St. 

Lpuli 

g0 — Ma)or 
Leafua Battball: 
Chicago Whitt 
Son at Mllwaukaa 

FRIDAY 

8/16/85 

9 — Malor 
LaagiM BM*ball: 
Montrtal at Ctlh 
ca(o Cub* 



7:30PM O — Eihlblllon 
Football: Ctilcafo 
at St. Louti 

® ~ Major 
La^u* BMaball: 
Chicago Whila 
SoxatHllwauka* 

SATURDAY 
8/17/85 

10:30AM CD — Wrtttting 

1:00PM O O — ln*ld« 
Look 

1:1SPU O. O ■:- Maloi 
Laacu* Bataball: 
K*n*M City al 
Toronto OR Phi 
UidtlphU at Ctii- 
ctgo 

2:30PM O— GGPSurflni 

3:30PM O 19 - «M« 
World of Sport* 
Coverage ol Ihe 
North American 
Qoitng Cham- 
pionships arid 1tt« 
U S Outdoor Div- 
ing Champion- 
ships IS featured 
(90 mm ) 

4:00PM O O — CBS 
Sport* Spadal: 
Tha Tra yffi. 

"Siakat Coverage 
of the 106lh run- 
ning of this stake* 
race for 3-year- 
old tho- 
roughbreds I* 
featured from 
Saratoga. N Y 
(GO mm ) 

9 — NBC Sport*: 

Woman'* Golf 

Coverage of the 
Nestle*' World 
Championship of 
Women's Golf 1* 
featured Irom 
Shaker Heights, 
OH (60 mtn.) 



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Saaton Q«m*: 

' DallM' CowtMjrt 

at San ~ IH«to 

Ctiaritn 

n:00PllD - EahlbtUon 
NFi Football: In- 
dtanapotttatChl- 
caco 

11:00AM O —-Windy City 

;— r H«clntr== . " = 

12:30PM O O — NBC 
- .SpoftiWortd 

Taped coverage 
of ■ the ■ NHRA 
WorW Finals ol 
Drag Racing. Ihe 
Mr. Otympia bod- 
ybuilding corppe- 
tmon and Ihe Old 
WesttHjry Gar- 
dens Invitational 
Polo Cup Match 
IS featured. (90 
mm.) 

1:15PM O — Malor 
LaaciM BuatMli: 
Phlladalphia at 
Ctilcafo Cuba 

2:00PM O O — NMtlM 
WorW CttamptOA' 
ahip ol Woman'a 
GoH' 

Championship- 
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featured live Irom 
Shaker Height*. 
OH. (60 mm.) 

3:00PM OO-NrtfTJi- 

Waalilnften al 
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(M«*en Foothall: 
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TUESDAY 

a/20/85 



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WEDNESDAY 
B/21/85 



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— -matche* — from 
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Garden include 
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, Lonnie Snxlh and 
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intkowtkL a»R«cdrd Owner, AitaiiM and 

Inlkowitti; at Record Owner dnd Occupant; 
|ski, 41 SucceHo^Tru»te« under Truii Deed 

ibfuary20, 1967a»DocumenlNo. J339500; 

jfJngt & loan Astni, as fayee under Truif 
W on Februory 20, 1967 o» Document No. 
pe County, llllnolt;!.' 

toOiinly; .-;:,:*. ;_,,_: ■ " . ' 

loccupancy or acVuol paiiestloq o( loJd 

ler't or periont interested In told land or 
^'iX- '. ^- ■'. 
It 82 tX 104 
11985 

TAKIHOTia 
)IS 
IICI,M 
iSotd; December 13, 1982 
[;N/A- ':■■; : \'-'. ■ 

jl Taxetoi (year):. 1981 
I Asteitment of (munlc(polity) N/A 
Atieument Number: N/A ' 
I/A 
fiU/A 

, ( PROPERTY HAS BEIN SOlD 
|F0R DELINOUINT TAXES 
^ied at 39067 N," Spruce St., Lake Villo, IL. 
f>tion or Permanent Index No.: 02>27-309- • 

^to advise you Ihol the obove property has 
2peltnquent taxes and that the period of 
'the sale will expire on December 12, 

blio to advije you thot a petition has been 
liod which will fronsfer title ond the right 
Jhti property if redemption is ndt made 
>mbor)2, 1985. 

|Mt for hearing in the Circuit Court of this 
Jan. Illinois, on December 27, 1985. 
•sent at this hearing but your rtghl to 
dy hove expired at that time. .... ,-'■ 
lED TO REDEEM IMMEDIATELY TO~' : 
,7ENTLOSSOFPROPfRrY : 
m ;be mode at arty time on or before 
W5 by applying to the County Clerk of 
Qllnois at the County Courthouse in 
^». ■ ■•: ■■,., '■.' . ""■""" "V""' ■ 
^tpigtioh contact the County.Clerk^ 



Notional Indemnity Corp..- 

Purchaser or Assignoo 

Augusts, 15, and 22, I9B5 

885B-13l.LV 






iloSotl 

Jfld.-onl 



— lEOAl— . 

S|ielskal o/k/o. Thomas P. Stelskol, as 
(•ssoe and Occupont: .* r ' ' 

(Record Owner arid Occupant; 
TJr.. as Judgment creditor under 
"on May 31,; 1977 as Document No. 

anri, {Re: Judgment recorded on April. 
It No. 1990659);. ■ 
the Smoll Business Administration, 

brdod.on March 7, 1984 os Document 

yi.' .■'■■.. ■ ■ . '; 

jfe, OS Trustee under Trust Deed recor-- 

t OS Document No. 1559396; 
jsiee under.Trust Deed recorded on 

t'Doeument No. 1412229: 

trustee under Trust Deed recorded on 

it Document No. 2253123: - 
; Trustee under Trust Deed recorded 
i OS Document tslo. 2328653; . 

pik of Antioch, (Rd: Assignment of Ren. 

cember' 19, 19B4 as Document No. 

KDiroctor of Dept. of Revenue, (Re: In- 
(».- B 66860 recorded on July 13, 1978 as 
.^7. No. B-60176, No. H.37864 and No. 
Ton Scpiembor 1. 1977 os Document No. . 
if No. B-39401 recorded on Februory -27. 
liNo. 1699067): ~^ / 

' General. (Re: Income Tax Lleri No. B- 
^on July 13, 1978 as Document No. 
3176, No. H.37864 and No. B-48137 recor- 
«r 1 , 1977 OS Document No. 1862994 and 
91 recorded on Februory 27. 1975 as 

1^99067); . __^ ,_-._. .,.^„. 

, Gonerol.Sprlngtield. (Re: Income Tax 
I recorded on July 13, 1978 as Document 
^. B 60176, No. H.37864 and No. B.4B137 
jptotnbor 1 , 197? os Document No. 1862994 
t39401 recorded on February 27. 1975 as 

!699067}^-^ — =^==r 

^County; " . > 

ccupancy or actual possession of sold' 

lors or persons infbrestod'in said land or 

•821X104 

1985 . . 

TAKE NOTICE 

lOIS 

kKEi M ■ 

l5old:-Docember 13^982. — . 

■N/A ■::■■■■ ;';"^vr- -■■•'--" 

rol Toxesol (year): 1981 . 

jl Aisossmoni of (municipality) N/A 

f Assessment Number N/A 



-r^-UOAl- 

TO: Phyllis Chrostek, 
Johonno Steponoitis, 
Stanley Stephen, Mary 
Steponoitis, their .spouses, 
heirs, devisees, successors 
or assigns, if any; persons 
.in occupancy or. octuol 
possession and,, unknown 
owners, or parties in- 
terested in the hereinafter 
described real estate, = 

Tax Deed. No. 82 TX 104 
TAKENOTia^^ 
STATE OF lUIMOIS 
COUNTY OF LAKE, u 
Data Premises- Sold: 
December 15, 1982 
. Permonent Index No.: 09. 
21-307-019 

Sold foif General Taxes 

(Year) 1981 and/or prior. 

Sold for Special 

Assessment "of 

(Municipality) N/A ond 

Special / Assessment 

Number N/A, Worront No. 

N/A, Installment No. N/A. 

THIS PROPERTY 

HAS BEEN 

SOLDFOR; . 

DELINQUENT TAXES 

Property - located at: 
r^rth line of Fairfield 
Drive, opprpx. 86 feet Eost 
of East line of South Shore 
Drive, Island Lake. 

Permonent' Index No.: 
09-21-307.019 

This notice. Is to advise 
you .thot the above 
property has been sold for 
delinquent 'taxes and that 
the (lerlod.of redemption 
from the -sale, will expire 
on December .is,. 1985, as. 
extended." 

This notice is also to 
advise you that d petition 
h'os been filed for a tox 
?deed which will tronsfer 
title, ond the . right to 
possession of this properly . 
|f redemption is not mode 
on or before December 5. 
1985: V;-- .- V- 

. The County of lake, os 
Trustee, Purchoser intends 
to moke application for on 
order on the petition for a 
lax deed, and this matter 
is set for hearing in tfte. 
Circuit Court of this county 
In,Waukegan, Illinois, on 
January 23, 1986. " ^ 

You may be present at 
this hearing but your right 
to redeem witt olreody 
hove expired ot that time. 

You are urged to 
redeem^ Immediately . to 
prevent loss of property. 

. Redemption con be 
mode ot any time *on or ' 
before December 5, 1985 
by applying to the County 
clerk of Lake County at the ' 
County Courthouse.,- in 
Waukogan, Illinois. 

For further information 

contoct the County Cterk. 

..^ ' County otLoke, 

as Trustee. 

Purchaser 

AuVB.ISand22. 1985 

•■ 6a5B176.Wl 

~ —LEOAL— 

TO: George Clark. Ralph 
IBergas, Mrs. Bergos, their 
spotisei, heirs, devisees, 
successors or assigns, if 
any; persons in occupancy 
or octuol possession and 
unknown owners or 
-porties-interost'ed-in— the- 
. horeinoltor described real 
estate. 
Tax Deed. No. 82 TX 104 



US PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOUX . 
FOR DELINQUENT TAXES. 

led ot 27763 W. Gross lake Rd.. Aniloch, IL 
iiSnof Permanent Index No.: Or35-I00 001 . 
Js to odvise you that the above property has 
V delinquent taxes and that' the period of 
from the sola will expire on December 12. 

[Is also to advise you that a petition has been 

(deed which will transfer title end the right 

I ol this properly if redemption is not" made 

December 12. 1985.. - : "• ' ■ _ 

■ Is set forbearing intho Circuit CoiirtoflhTs 

Bukogon, Illinois, on December 27, 1985. 

Jbo present Ql, this heoring' but your right to 

tolroadv have expired ol Ihot lime. 

IRGED TO REDEEM IMMEOt AKLY 
10 PREVENT LOSS OF PROPERTY 

binption can bo mode ot any time on or before 
12, 1985 by applying to the County Clerk of 
ly. Illinois, at the County Courthouse in 
Illinois. 

ir Iniormotion contoct the County Clerk. 
•"— .National Indornnity Corp., 

I Purchoseror Assignee- 

August r;B/ond 15. 1985 
". ,1;,. 885 A. 109. AR 



. TAKE NOTICE ' 
STATEOFIUINOIS 
COUNTY OF LAKE, It 

Dole Prcrriises Sold: 
December 15. 1982 
Permanent Index-No. 1.09- 
33-103021 

..5old — f or....GenBral ^ Taxes 
(Year) 1981 ond/or prior. 
Sold for Special 
Assossmoht of 
(Municlpolity) N/A - and 
Speciol Aisessmon't 
Number N/A, Worront No.. 
N/A, Installment No. N/A. 
THIS PROPERT Y 

HAS BEEN 

SOLOFOR 
DELINQUENT TAXES 

Property located ' at: 
,26622 W. Main Street, 
Woucondo. ' 

Permanent Index No.: 
.09-33-103-^21 

T hls^ notice Is to a dvise 
■^'0 lFial""^he ' above 
property has been sold for 
delinquerit toxes ond that 
the perloid of redemption 
from the sole will expire 
on December 5. 1985, os 
extended. 

, This notice is also to 

"advise you that a petition 

. hos been, filed for a tax 

deed which' will tronsfer 

tilte and ^: the right to 

possession of this property 

if redemption is not rnode 

on or before December 5, 

; 1985. •- .:'n,.^. ■ = .-'- ■ 



the County of lake, as 
Trustee, Purchaser intends 
to moke application for on 
order on the petition lor a 
tax deed, and this motler 
is set for heoririg in the 
Circuit Court of this county 
in Waukegon, Illinois on 
Jonuary23, 1986, 

You may be present at 
this hearing but your right 
, to redeem will olreody 
hove expired at that time. 

*You ore urged to 
redeem immediately lo 
prevent loss of property. 

'Redemption con be, 
mode at ony time on or 
before December: 5,. 1985 
by applying to the County' 
Clerk of Lake County oMhe 
County ' Courthouse In 
Waukegon, Illinois. 

For further information 

conloct the County Clerk. 

County of Ldke. 

as Trustee. 

Purchaser 

Aug. 8, )5and22, 1985 

. ..■ ee5B-lB3-Wl 

—LEGAL— 

TO: George Clark, Rolph 
Bergos, Mrs. Bergos.. their 
spouses, heirs, devisees, 
successors or assigns, if 
any; persons in occupancy 
or actual possession and 
unknown owners or 
parties Interested in the 
Kereinofter described real 
estote: . • , . 
ToxDeed. No'82TX104 

TAKE NOTICE 
STATEOFIUINOIS 
COUNTY Of LAKE, ■■ 
Dote 'Premises Sold: 
December 15, 1982 
Permonent'lndex No.: 09-" 
33-103-019 

Sold .' for Generql To.xes 

(Yeorl 1981 and /or prior. 

Sold for Speciol 

Assessment of 

(Municipality) N/A ond 

Special Assessment' 

Number N/A. Worront No.. 

N/A. Installment No. N/A. 

THIS PROPERTY 

HAS BEEN 

,. . SOLOFOR 

' DELINQUENT TAXES ' 

Property located at: 
28630 'W. Moin .Street, 
Woucondo ...„1_: 

Permanent Index No;: 
09.33-103019 

This notice Is to advise 
you thot the obove 
property hbs been sold for. 
delinquent taxes ond that 
the period of. redemption 
from the sale will expire. 
on December 5. 1985, as 
extended. 

This notice is olso to 
odvise you that a petitkin 
hos been filed for o tax 
^^a^ which will transfer 
title and - the right to 
possession ol this property 
if redemption is not made 
on or before December 5, 
1985. 

The County of Lake, as 
Trustee, Purchaser Intends 
to moke application for on 
order on iho petition for o 
ttix deed, and this, matter 
is. set for heoring In Iho 
Circuit Court ot this county 
in Waukegon. Illinois on 
Januory23, 1986. 

You may be present at 
this heoring but your right 

to r edeem w il I oj r.eady_ 

hove expired at that time. 

■You ore urged to 
redeem immediately to. 
prevent losisof property. 

Redemption con be 
mode ol any time on or 
before December 5, 1985 
by applying to the County 
clerk ol Lake Counly ot the 
County Courthouse in 
Waukegon. Illinois. 
___For_.further_informalion. 
conloci the County Clerk. 
County of lake, 
' - . ds Trustee, 
Purchaser 
Aug.8, I5and22, 1965 
-885B-181-WL 



Atsessnie'ht 'of 

(Municipality) N/A and 
Special Assessment 
Number N/A, Warrant No, 
N/A, Instollme'nl No. N/A. 
THIS PROPERTY 

HASBEEN 

SOLDFOR 

delinquenttAxes 

" Property located at: 133 
North Avenue, Woucondo. 
Permanent Index No.; 
09-26-2044X)a 
' This notice is to advise 
you ' that ; the obove 
property has been sold for 

' delinquerit taxes and that' 
the period ol redemption 
from the sole will expire 
on December 5, 1985, as 
extended.. 
This notice is also to' 

'. odvise you that o petition, 
hos been filed for o tox , 

' deed which will transfer 
title ond ' the right to 
possession ot this properly 

, 'if redemption is not made 
on or before December 5, 

, 1985. 
: .the County of Lake, as 
Trustee, Purchoser intends 
to' moke application (or on 
order on the petition Tor a 
tox deed, and this matter 
is set for hearing In the 
Circuit Court of this county 
in Wa:'kegan, Illinois on 
January 23, 1986. 

You may be present at 
this hearing biit your right 

. to -redeem will already 
hove expired at thot time. 

"-'•You are . urged to 
redeem Immediately , to 
prevent loss of property. 
__ Redemption can be 
mode ol ony time on or 
before December 5, 1985 
by opplying to the County 

. clerk of Loke Counly at the 
County Courthouse in 
Waukegon, Illinois.. 

For further Information 

contact the County Clerk. 

Counly of Loke, 

as Trustee, 

purchaser 

Aug,8, 15and22. 1985 

885B-177-WL 

—LEGAL— ^ 
PUBLIC NOTICE 

y - PUBLIC NOTICE IS 

.1; HEREBY given ihot the Civil 

[' Service Commission ol the 

Village of Gurnee will 

conduct on exdminolton 

- f(^ promotion lo the rank-' 
of Coptotn in the Gurnee. 
Fire Department. The 
exominotion will be based 
on oseerlained merit; 
assessment testing ond 

- exominotion .OS to ofottity. 
There is no fee for 
exomlnalion. 

Applicants, must hove 

.served two (2) yeors ol 

ocllve duly jn .the grade 

from Which the. first 

promotion is sought. ' 

Exom'inbtion wilt be on 
September 5, 1985 ol 9:00 
A.M. ot the Gurnee Village " 
Htiti. Apptlcoiions must be 
filed with Fire Chief. Sam 
Dodo, no later than August 
22,1985, 

yilloge of Gurnee 

Civil Service Commission 

BY: Richard C.Svehlo: 

Secretary 

August 8 and IS, 1985 

885B-2n-GP 



—LEOAL— 

~TO:"Croig • Hordmon - Chrls- 
Hordmdn. First National 
Bank ol Lake Zurich, Dept. 
of Housing and. Urbon 
Development, Edwin 

, Meese III, . Anton R. 
Volukos, their spouses, 
heirs, devisees, successors 
or ossigns, if ony; persons 

-in— occuf)oncy'-or-oclual- 
possession and. 'unknown 
owners or ' parlies In- 

' terested In the hereinafter 
described real estate, 

. ToxDeed.No. 82TX104 
-- ; TAKE NOTia 
STATEOFIUINOIS 
COUNTY OF LAKE, M 
Dole Premises ■ Sold: 
December IS, 1982 \ 
Permanent Index No.: 09-■ 
26.204.008 ■ ^ .\ 
Sold lor Generol Toxes\ 
(Yeor) 1981 ohd/or' prior.. 
Sold 'for ■Speclal- 



— LEGAL— 

TO: George' Clark, Ralph 
Bergos, Mrs. Bergos, their 
spouses, heirs. d6vjsees, 
successors or ossigns. if 
any: persons In occupancy 
or octuol possession and 
unknown ' owners or 
porties interested in the 
' hereinof ter described rcol 
estate. 
^Tox Deed. No. 82 IX_10< 

TAKENOTldl- ' 
STAnOFIUINOIS 
COUNTY OF LAKE. ■• 

Dote Premises Sold: 

December 15, 1982. 

Permanent Index No.: 09- 

33.I03-022 

Sold for Generol Taxes 



(Year) 1981 ond/or prior, 
Sold for ' Special 
Assessment' - of 

(Municipality) N/A ond 
Special Assessment 
Number N/A, Worrarit Noi 
N/A, installment No. N/A. 

THIS PROPERTY 
... HASBEEN 
SOLDFOR 
DELINQUENTTAXES , 

Property locoled at: 
28610 W, .Main Street. 
Woucondo. . 

Permonent Index 'No.; 
0933-103-022 . 

This notice' is to advise' 
you that the abovo_ 
properly fios been sold for 
delinquent taxes and that 
the period of redemption' 
from the sole will expire , 
\ on December 5; 1985,. os 
-^oxlendedt^ - -. -■;^-- 



This notice Is also to 
odvite yoti that d petition 
has. been filed for o tox . 
deed which will transfer 
title' and lhe~,r,lght lo 
possession of this property 
if redemption Is not mode 
on or before- December 5; 
1985. 

The County of Ldke, as 
Trustee, Purchaser intends 
~to make application for on 
order on the petition lor o 
tax deed, ond this matter 
' Is set for hearing in the 
Circuit Court ot this county 
in Woukegan, Illinois on 
January 23, 1986. 

You may be present at. 
this hearing but your right 
to redeem will olreody 
hove expired at thai tlmie*. 

You are urged . to ' 
redeem Immediately, to. 
prevent loss of property: ' 
. Redemption con be 
made at- any time on or 
before -December 5, 1965 
by applying to the Counly 
clerk ol Lake County ot the . 
County Courthouse in 
Waukegon, Illinois. 

For lurlher Informollon 

contact the County Clerk. 

. .^ County of Lake, 

OS Trustee, 

Purchaser 

Aiig.B, 15ond22. 1985 

88SB-ie4-WL 

— UGAL— 

TO: Mary M. Wolker. their 
spouses, heirs, devisees, 
successors or assigns, if 
ony; persons in occupancy 
or actual possession and 
unknown owners or 
parlies ^interested 'In 'the 
hereinafter described real 
estote. ' 
Tax Deed. No. 82 TX 104 

TAKE NOTICE 
STATEOFIUINOIS 
COUNTY OF LAKE. •• 

Dote Premises Sold: 
December 15. 1982 
Permanent Index No.: 09-^ 
26-4Q8-013 

Sold for Generol Taxes 
(Yeor) 1981 ond/or prior, 
Sold .tor Special 
Assessment of 

(Municipality) . N/A and 
Speciol Assessment 
Number N/A, Warrant No. 
N/A. Instoilinenl No. N/A. 

THIS PROPERTY 
HASBEEN .- 
' SOLOFOR^- 
DniNQUENT TAXES 

Property . ' ' located at: . 
Soutft line of Maple 
Avenue, approx. 590 feet 
Eost of East line of Osage, 
Woucondo. ' ■ . . 

Pern^anent Index No.: 
09-26-408013 

This notice Is to advise 
you that the obove 
properly hos been sold for 
delinquent toxes and that 
the period of redemption 
from the sale will expire 
on December S. 1985, as 
extended. ~ : = . ' 

This notice it oTto 'to 
odvise you that a petition 
has been filed for o tax 
deed which- will Iransfer" 
title and the right to 
possession ol this property 
if redemption Is not made 
on or before December 5, 
1985. 



. JAKE NOTICE - 
STATEOFIUINOIS 
COUNTY OF LAKE. IS 

Dote Premises Sold: ' 
December IS, 1982 
Permonenl Index No.; 09> 
36-lW^)15 _ ' 
Sold for Generol- Taxes 
(Year) 1981 and/or prior. 
Sold for Special . 
Assessment ol 

(Municipalily) N/A and 
Special 'Assessment 
Number N/A, Warrant No. 
N/A; Instollnient No. NM; 
THIS PROPERTY 
HASBEEN ' 
SOLDFOR 

DELINQUENTTAXES 

Property, located at: 
26739 N. Moiii Street, 
Woucondo.'. 

Permonent Index No.: 
09-3610001 5 " 

This notice is to odvise. 
you thot the obove 
property has been sold for 
delinquent taxes and that 
the period of redemption, 
from, the sole will expire 
.on December 5, 1985, as . 

. exiendedr .-> , ." ■ ''. ^ 

-This notice is also to 
' odvise you that a petition 
has been tiled for a fax 
deed which will transfer 
title and the right, to 
possession of this property 
if redemption is not made * 
on or before. December 5. 
1985. 

The County of Lake, as 
Trustee, Purchoser intends 
to moke opplication for an 
order on the petition for o 
tox deed, and this matter 
ts set. for heof.ing in the 
Circuit Court of this county 
in Woukegan, Illinois on 
January 23, 1986. 

You may be present at 
this heoring but your right 
to ' redeem'' will olready 
have expired ol that lime. 

You . ore urged to 
redeem immediately to 
prevent loss of property. 

Redemption con be 
mode at ony time .on or 
before December S, 19B5 
by opptying Id the County , 
Clerk of Loke County at the 
Counly .- Courthouse In 
Waukegon, Illinois. 

For further, information 

contact the County Clerk'.' 

County ol Lake, 

as Trustee, 

Purcliaser 

Aug.8, 15and22, 1985 

88Sfl-187.WL 



—LEOAL— ,, 
. ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME CERTIFICATE 

NAME OF BUSINESS: 
Livingston Research 
ADDRESS(ES) WHERE 
BUSINESS IS TO BE 
CONDUCTED OR TRAN- 
SACTED IN THIS COUNTY.' 
4387 'Country Trail, Gur- 
nee, Illinois 60031 
NAME(S) AND POST 
OFFICE OR RESIDENCE 
ADORESS(ES) OF THE 
PERSON(S} OWNING. 
CONDUCTING OR 

TRANSACTING BUSINESS: 
Robert Soul Levlnson, 4387 
Country Trail. Gurnee 
60031 

STATE OF ILLINOIS 
COUNTY OF LAKE, tt 

This is la certify t hpt the 
undersigned inlendfs) to 



- A 
I 



conduct the obove named 
business from the 
locQtion(s) indicotod ond 
that the true or real full 
nomc(s) ot the person(s) 
owning, conducting or 
Ironsacting Ihe business 
ore correct as shown, 
Robert Soul Levinson 
8/5/85 



~1he County ot Loke, as 

Trustee, Purchoser intends 

to m^ke opplicotion' lor on 

order on the petition for o 

tax deed, and this motter 

is set lor heoring in the 

Circuit Court of this county 

in Woukegan, Illinois on 

Januory23, 1986. 

You moy be present at 

this hearing but your right __ .._^. ... ._.. 
_Jo__reie J will' alre|d^STA« 

hove expTre.d at thot time. 

You ore urged to 
redeem immediately to 
prevent loss of properly. 

Redemption con be 
mode at any lime on or 
before December 5, 1985 
by applying to the County 
.^Cierk ol.Loke-County-ot the- 
County Courthouse in 
Woukegan. Illinois. 

. For further Information 

contact the County Clerk. 

. County ol Lake, 

OS Trustee, 

- -^ Purchaser 

Aug.8, ISand 22, 1985 

--B85B.179-WI; 



COUNTY OF LAKE, ii~ 

The foregoing in- 
strument wos 
acknowledged before me 
by the'person(s} Intending 
to conduct the business 
this Augusts, 1985. 

Benle Flood, 
_Peputy_Coun ty Clerk^ 






Received August 5, 1985 
Linda lanuzl Hess. 
Lake County Clerk 
August 15. 22, and 29. 1985 
885C-221.GP 



—LEGAL— 

JO: Franklin .H. • Dickson 
MD, Fronklln H. Dickson. 
Jr., Mrs. Dickson, .Iheir 
spouses, heirs, devisees, 
successors or ossigns. If 
any; persons in occupancy, 
or- actual possession onq 
unknown ' ovyners or 
parties interested in the 
hierelnafter described real 
estate. . 
:.TaxDeed.No.82TX104 



—LEGAL- 
NOTICE 
"-COMMUNmr"^ 
DEVELOPMENT 
BLOCK GRANT 



A public hearing will be 
held on..August 28, 1985 at 
the Avon Township office 
ot 433 . E. ' Washington. 
Round lake Park) Illinois at 
8:00. P.M. to discuss op-, 
■plication for a Block Grant 
by Avon Township.' 

Virginia K. Harrington. 

derk. 

Avon Township 

8/7/85 

<Augusl IS, 1985 

.8e5C-222.GL/RL 



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■ -ffUOAl— ;■ 
.OI01NANCE 

WHEREAS, the Stat* of (IHnoli hoi enocfed "An Act 
Regulating Wages of Laborers; Mechonlct and Other 
Workmen Employed In Any Public Worksby the State. 
County. City or any Public Body, or Any, Political 1 Sub- 
division or by Anyone Under Controct for public Work*," 
approved June 26,.194T. at amended, being Section 39i't 
through 39s-I2, Chbpler 48, Dlinots Revised Stotutes: oiid 
WHEREAS, the aforesaid Act requires that. the' Town- 
ship at Newport Investigate and ascerloln the prevoiling 
rale of vtrages' os defined in sold Act for. lobbrefs. 
mechanics and other workmen in the locollty of sold 
Township employed in' performing construction of (Public 
works for sold Township, exclusive of mointenonce work.' 
NOW, THEREFORE. BE IT ORDAINED, by this Board of 
Trustees,' Township of Newport, Lake County, Illinois as 
follows: , 

• SfCflON 1: To the extent and as required by an 
• ACT regulating wages of laborers, mechanics and 
other workmen employed in ony public works by the. 
State, County, Ctly or any public body or ony political 
subdivision or by anyone under' controct for public 
works," approved June^26, 1941," os amended, the 
general' prevailing rate of wages In this locality (or 
Hiborers. niecKonica ond other workmen engoged in 
the construction' work in the Newport Township oreo 
OS OS determined by the Department of Lobor of the 
Slate of Illinois as of June, 1984. a copy of that 
.determination ._bemg allgch.ed _heroto ond. in- . 
. corporated herein by reference, the definition of any 
terms appearing in this Ordinance which ore atso in 
Iheoforesoid ACTshqifbelhesome in sold ACT. 

SECTION 3: Nothing herein contoined' sholl be 
construed to apply said gcnerol prevailing role of 
wages as here in ascertained to ony work or" em- 
ployment except public works construction of the 
Township to the extent required by the aforesaid ACT. 
SfCnON i: The Township Clerk shall publicly post 
or keep availoble for inspection by any Interested 
porty In ihe main office oi this Township this deter- 
mination of such prevailing rate of wage. 

SECTION 4; The Township Clerk shall malt a copy of 
the determination to any employer, and to any j 
'ossociation of employers and to any person or " 
association or employees who hove filed, or file their 
names and oddresses requesting copies of any 
determination staling the particular rates and Ihe 
particular class ol workmen whose wages will be 
affected by such roles. 

SECTION 5: The Township Clerk shall promptly file 
o cerliKed copy of this Ordinonce with both Ihe 
Secretory of State ond the Department of Lobor of Ihe 
Stole of Illinois. . . 

SECTION i: The Township Clerk shall cause to be 
published. in o newspaper of generol circulotion within 
Ihe oreo a' copy of this Ordinbnce. and such 
publication' shod constitute notice thot Ihe deter- 
mination is effective and thot this is the detcrjrilnation 
of Ihis public body. 

Passed this nth day olJuly. 1985, 
ATTEST: ' . 

Fronk Kaiser. 
Newport Township Clerk 

' * APPROVED: 

" Roberl P. Neol. 

Newport Township Supervisor 

■ '* August 15. 1985 

e85C-223WN 

— UGAL— 

TO: John A. Caughdn, as Recdrd Owner. Assessoe and 
Occupont: 

Elizobeth A. Goughon. at Record Owner. A$sessee Ond 
Occupont; 

Williom E. Brook, bs Trustee under Trust Deed recorded 
on October 1 5. 1 976 os Document No. 1 79B21 1 ; 

Clerk of Lake County: 

Parties In occupancy or actual possession of said 
property: 

Unknown owners or persons interested in said lond or 
lot. 

TAX DEED NO.: 82 TX 104 
FILED: July 23. 19BS 

TAKE NOTICE 
STATE OF ILLINOIS 
COUNTY OF LAKE, H 
DotePremises Sold: December 13. 19B2 
Certilicate No.: N/A 

Sold for General Toxes of (year): 1981 ' , 

Sold for Speclol Atsosment ol (municipoliiy) N A 

and Speclol Assessment Number: N ' A 
WarrontNo.:N/A 
Installment No.; N/A 

THIS PIOPERTV HAS BEEN SOLD 
FOR OBLINOUENT TAXES 

Properly locoted'ot 25741 W. Sylvan Dr., Antioch, IL 
legal Descriptior> or Permonent Index No.: 01-01 -SOS-OIS 

This notice is to advise you thol the obove property has 
been sold lor delinquent taxes and that the period of 
redemption from the sate will expire on December 12. 
1985. 

This noltce is also to advise you Ihflt a petition has been 
filed for a tax deed which will transfer title ond the right 
to possession of this property if redemption is not mode 
on or before December 12. 1985, 

This matter is set lor heoring in the Circuit Court of Ihis 
county in Waukegan, Illinois, on December 27, 1985. 

You may be present at Ihis hearing but your right to 
'•^•fff|^iyjdL***idy.lwv<|.«pIreda|Jhol lime . 

YOU ARE URGED TO REDEEM IMMEDIATELY 
TO PREVENT LOSS OF PROPERTY 

Redemption con be modeol ony lime on or before 
December 12, 1985 by applying to -the County Clerk of 
Lake County, llltnqis at the County Courthouse in 
Woukegon. Illinois. ^' ■ , 

For further information contact Ihe Counjy Cjerk. 

- — — '■ ' -^—^ — ^^^^"Notldnal (ndomnlty Corp.. 

Purchoser or Assignee 

August I. B, and 15, 1985 

... 885A-110-AR 




V; TRUSfU'S REPORT _ 

FIRST FIRE PROTECnON DISTRia 

ANTIOCH. lUINOIS^ 

FIRST FIRE PROTEaiON DISTRICT OF THE 

TOWNSHiPOF ANTIOCH, ILLINOIS 

MAY 1. 1«i4 lo APRIL 30, UM 



ALLFUNOS 

CaihonHond 
■ Receipts from County Collector 

Personol Property Replacement Tax 
'Interest 

Other 



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_UGAL— 
NOTICE OF 
PUBLIC HEARING 

Notice is hereby given 
by the Board of Eaucotion 
of Warren Township High 
School. District Number 
121, in Lake County, 
lliinois. thot o tentative 
Budget for said School 
\Di5trict lor the Fiscal Yeor^ 
beginning July 1 , ) 985, will 
be on file ond ovoiloble tor 
public inspeclion dt 500 
O'Piaine Road, Gurnee, 
IIDnolis, in this District from 
ond after 8 o'clock A.M, on 



the ISth Day of August. 
1985. 

.NoticeJs-f uriher hereby- 
given that Public Hearing 
on sold Budget will be 
given ot 7 P.M. ori the I6th 
Doy of September, 1985, at 
Worren Township High 
School in this District 121. 

Doted this 6th day of 
August. 1985. 

VeroB.Korbos. 

' Secretary 

Board of Educolion 

School District Number 121 

Gurnee. Illinois 

August 15,1985 

. -885C.219iWN 



$132,955.96 - 
• ; 172,795.35 
897.63 
14,428,21 " 
. 449.08 
$321,526.33 
, EXPENDITUREi: IfM 
May 13: Racine- Truck, 16.20; Leslie Sorensen. In- 
surance. 41.00;Msl Nolionor Bonk. 14,147.50; Votd; 
LoSolle National Bank, 200,00; Village of Aniioch, Moin- 
tenonce; 6.037.99; Jurte 4: Dennis VoUing. 300.00; Stove 
Vos, 300.00; Richord Frankson, 300.00;. June 11: 
'Secretary of Slate, 3.00; Convos Speciolists. 1200; RJng . 
Radiator Service, 65.50; MIchoel J. Dalton, Co,. 226.05; 
Bucom, Inc.,- 168.00; Void: D. Volling, 80.00: G. Queden- 
feld 80.00; D. Honson, 80,00; Wm. Carney. 80.00; Jon* 
30; j. Miller, 481.69; July 10: Lakeland Publishers. 51.80; 
■ Kirkpatrlck.a Dohl. 1,500,00; Great Lokos* Equipment, 
419.85: Bob's AAorine; 8,52; Norlbshore Ofllce Supply, 
1 14.95; July 17: A-Ttra County Service. 68.50; Goodyoor 
Auto Service, 302.62; July 24: Antioch Poatmoster. 20.00: 
July 31: Villoge of Antioch. Insurance. 1 1 ,774.00: August 
' i: Jeff SmoOso, 300.00,' G. Quedenleld, 300.00; C. Hohng 
& Sons, 93.00; Void; Peter Pirsch « Son. 39.32; Michael J. 
bolton 8, CoT; 431 -.75; Void; Firefighters Associolion. 
. 1,464.77; August. 31: D. Volting, 350.00: Villoge ot An- 
tioch (Rocine Truck), 55,64: Saplmnber 10: Lokelond 
Publishers, 86,58; Peter Pirsch & Son, 140.86; Groot Lokes 
Fire & Solely Equip.. 895.48; Cabriolet Reslauront, 44t00; 
Octolwr •: R. Losco, 350.00; F. Moier,. 350.00 F. Bcnes, 
350.00; F. Benes, 600.00; K. Clark. 600.00; Villoge of An- 
tioch, 25,287.00; Northshoro Office Machines. 370.07; 
Postmaster of Antioch, 20.00; October -1»: Jacobs & 
Clark, 393.75; Void; Void; J. Quodenfeld, 350.00: D, 
Volling. 350.00; G. Quedenteld, 300.00; Void: November 
12: Lokelond Publishers. 69.93: Antioch Auto Parts, 32.21 : 
Sunrise Office Supply, 33.90; Pcderson GMC, 61,63; Great 
Lokes Fire & Safely, 798.00; LoSalle Notion'al Bonk. 
54.147.50: LaSolte Notionol Bonk, 100.00; Able Fire & 
Safety Equip., 314,00: Illinois Municipal league. 13.93: 
D*c«fflb*r 3: Able Fire & Solely Equip., 198.85. 

1»M 
January 11: Floral Acres, 53 J3; Village ot Aniioch. 
625.68; Great Lakes Firo * Solely. 165,00; Villoge ol An- 
iioch, 3,207.03; Herb's Auto Ports. 75.00: Void; P.R. Com- 
munlcolions. 241.20; Antioch Firefighters Association, ■ 
1.245.91; Cabriolet Restaurant, 44.00; Oxiord Chemicals. 
475.25; February 11: Illinois Assn. Fire Protection Dislric- 
ts. 125.00: Fire Chief's Has-Mat Fund. 1,000.00: Sunrise 
Office Supply. 166.31: Sears Roebuck's Co,, 123.66; Mar- 
ch 11: Microtech. 34,50: Canvas Specialists, 43-25: 
Gloiebrook Fire Equip.. 82.36: April •: Gloxebrook Fire 
Equip.. 146.92: Lois Tire Co., 634,56: R, Losco, 350.00: F. 
Moser, 350.00; F. Benes. 350.00: F. Bonos, 600.00; K. 
Clork. 600.00: C.P. Moplethorpe. 800.00: Villoge ot An- 
tioch, 1.097 .54; P.T. Portable Tool Co.. 472.00; Great 
Lakes Fire Equip., 182.11; Village of Aniioch. 5,213,94; 
I.B.M. Corp., 72.50; Fox Volley Fire Equip.. 100.23:" 
Gloxebrook Fire Equip.. 49.49: Cabriolet Restouront, 
44.00: B. Gutowski. 300.00. D, Volling. 300.00: Jacobs S 
Clork. 531.00: Antioch Elcct'ric Motor & Supply. 2.100.79;_ 
Bank charges net. 192.81 Total Expenditures 
5148,366.51. 

I. Frank J. Bcnes. Secretary ond Treasurer ot the First 
Fire Protection District ol Aniioch Township Loko County 
Illinois, do hereby solemnly swear iKal the above and 
foregoing report conloins o lull and u\ic stot^mont of the 
monies belonging to the Fust Fire Protection District ol 
Antioch received by us ond oil the drsbursemcnls mode 
on occount thereof, durtng tlie period ol Moy 1 St 1984 lo 
April 30, 1985, inclusive to the bcvt ol nty knowledge iri 
f ormalibn and belief 

Fronk J Bcnc« 
Sccroiory 
(SEAL) 

Subscribed ond sworn to bciotc mc this 6ih day of 

August. 1985. „„ ,, , ,. u 

" Monlyn J Slorbcnz 

My commnston pvpircs November. 1985 

August 15. 1985 

_^ ease 220Afc 

—LEGAL— 

TO; Eorl G. Gutke. as Record Owner Occupont ond 
Assessee: 

lindo M. Gutke, as Record Owner ond Occupant 
MoywoodProvlso Stole Bonk, as Trustee under Trust 
Deed recorded on April 15, 1977 os Document No. 
1830636: 
Clerk of Lake County: 

Parties In occuponcy or octuol possession ol soid 
property; 

Unknown owners or persons interested in said lond or 
lot, 

TAX DEED NO.: 82 TX 104 
FILED: July 23, 1985 

TAKE NOTICE 
STATE OF ILLINOIS 
COUNTY OF LAKE. H 
Dole Premises Sold: December 13, 1982 
Certificate No.: N/A _ 

Sold for Generot Taxes bf (yecir)rt98l 
Sold for Speciol Assessment of (municipality): N/A 

ond Speciol Assessment Number: N/A 
WorrontNo.:N/A 
Installment No.: N/A 

THIS PROPERTY HAS REEN SOLD • 
FOR DELINQUENT TAXES 
Property locoledai2l6Beck Rd,, Llndenhursl, IL. 
' Legol Description or Permanent lndeirNb~:02-35-4'65-(n5 
This notice is^.tp odvise you that the above property hos 
been sold for delinquent taxes ond thai Ihe period ot 
redemption from the sole will expire on'Decomber 12 
1985. 

This notice is also to advise you that a petition has been 
filed toro lox deed which wUI tronslerjiije.ond.the righl-v 
to possession bt thIs'proporTy IfTodemtion is not qiode on 
or before December 12, 1985. ■ •• 

■This molter is set for hearing in the Circuit Court of this 
county in Woukegon, lllinbis, on December 27, 1985; 

You may bo present at this hearing but your righl to 
redeem will already hovo expired at that lime 

YOU ARE URGED TO REDEEM IMMEDIATELY 
. TO PREVENT LOSS OF PROPERTY 
Redemption can be mode at any time on or before 
December 12, 1985 by oppiying lo the County Clerk ot 
Loko County, Illinois at the County Courlhouso iri^ 
Woukegon, Illinois. : , -. 

For'lurther irttormoiionconlact Ihe County Clerk. *' 

Notionol Indemnity Corp., 

• Purchoser or Assignee 

Augustl.e, ondlS, 1985 

■ - ■ - • ' 885A-107-LV 



_.: _--.^UOAL-' ■ 

TO: Wouwnda National, Bionk,,qi.Trulit»f, under Trust 
Aflr««menl knowqos Trust No. 77-186;o».A«i»M»a; 

Daniel t^olenlk, at Occupontond Conltoci l»urchoier as 
recorded In Document No. 2173209;:' „ . 

Maureen Potenlk. at Occupant ond Controct Purchoser 
OS recorded In Document No, 2173209; ^ ^ '_ 

John J. BeltuccI, Jr., (Re: Interest dJtctosed b» Cote No. 
84 B 15037), |Re: llen-record«*->y '"♦•"'o' 5?y5""* 
Service on November 3, 1983 oi Document No. 2248885). 
end olio ot Possible BenelieloryolTrutI No, 77-186); 

Joon Belluecl. (Re; Interest dlicloied by Cote No. 64 6 
15037). (Ro: Lien recorded by Internal Revenue Service on 
Novembers, 1983 at Document No, 22488a5>ond olio ot 
Possible Behetlctory of Trust No. 77-186); . , 

Chlcogo Title and Trust Co., ot Troitee under Truit 
Deed recorded en February 2, 1977 at Oocumenl No. 

1818225; . , ' 

P.S.F.S. Credit Corp., at Succeisor lo Homemokert 

Finance Servleet. Inc.. os Poyee under Trust Deed 

recorded on February 2, 1977 at Document No. 1818225; 
District Director - Intornol Revenue Service, (Re; Clait^i 

for lien recorded on November 3, 19e3at,DocurT\ent No. 

2248885);' ,7' . '.. 

United States District Attorney, (Re: Claim lor. Lien 
recorded on November 3. r9B3 as Document No. 2248885. 
by Internol Revenue Service against John, Jr. ond Joan 
Belluecl roilding ot 41780 Vonn Drive. Antioch. illtnoit In 
Ihe Office of the Recorder ol Deeds of Lake County. 

Illinoli): ; - ■ - .' .- ^ ; 

United Slates Attorney General, (Re: .Clolrnfor Lien 
recorded on November 3, )96t3 os DocumonlJ^o. 3248885 
by Internol Revenue Service against John, Jr. and Jbon 
Belluecl residing at 41780 Vonn Drive! Antioch, lllinoit in 
the Office of the Recorder of Deeds ot Lake County, 
Illinois): 

Clerk of Loke County; 

' Portiet ' in> occupancy or : aictuot potteition ~ol ~ told 
property; ' . .— - — r — "^^^ 

Unknown ownert or persont interetted In-Mid land or 
lot, ■ •--.'-.v-y^ 

TAXDEEDNO.:82TXI04 . 

FILED: July 30, 1985 

TAKENOTICI. . 

STATfOFILUNOIS 
COUNTY OF LAKE, it 

Date Premises Sold: OKember 13, 1982 _ 

Certificate No,: N/A 

Sold forGenerol Taxetof (year): 1981 

Sold for Special Assessment of (municipality) N/A 

ond Speclol Attetsment Number: N/A 
WorranlNo::N/A, 
lnt1allmentNo,:N/A -^Z... 

' THIS PROPERTY HAS MINfOiD . 
. ^.FORDELINOUENTTAXSS 

Property located at 43195 N. lotus Ave.. Antioch, 
Illinois. 

Legol Description or Permanent Index No.: 0)'l4-2OS> 
000 ' :. 

This notice is to odvite you thot Ihe obove property has 
been sold lor delinquent taxes'ond Ihol the period, ol 
rodemplion'Irom the sole will expire on December 13, 
1985, L- . . : ^ :.;.v • ,; . 

This hotlce Is otso to odvite you thai e petition not Iwen 
tiled lor a tax deed which will Ironsler tilte ond the right 
to possession of this property if redemption it not mode 
on or before December 12, 1985. 

This matter is set forliearing in the Circuit Court of this 
county in Woukegan, Illinois, on December 27, 1985. 

You may bo present at this heoring but your righl to 
redeem willolroody hove expired bt that time. 

YOU ARE URGED TO REDEEM IIHMEOIATELY TO 
PREVENT LOSS OF PROPERTY 

Redemption can be mode ot any lime on .or before 
December 12. 1985 by applying to the County Clerk ol 
Lake County. Illinois ot the County Courthouse in 
Woukegan, Illinois. 

For further inforinotton conf'oci the County Clork. 

Notionol Indemnity Corp., 

Purchaser or Assignee 

Augusta. 15. and 22, 1985 

8858-130 AR 



TO: V^TerrtiSei^'J. Rynne, 
Solly i. IRynne; Uf federal ; 
Savings A Loon Aitoc;' of 
Waukegqn, Jheir tpoiitet, 
heirt. devltMt, tuccettor* 
or ottlflhtii^^ if any ; person t 
in ■ occupancy or oCtuol : 
pottestlon ond unknown ■ 
ownert -or -rpbrliet'" lit* 
•eretled In thie hereinafter' 
described reol ettola; . . 
ToK Demi. No. 621X104 

v^, - f Ai« NOna - :^-r: 

STAnorjLUMOIS 
COUNTY on AKI.M 

Date ' Pretnliet -• Sold: 
December 13.'1 983 
Permonent Index'No.: 01- 
OI-4(»-013 

Sold .for- Generol Toiiet 
(Yeor) 1981 ond/or prior, 
Sold lor Speciol 
Attettmeni of 

(Municipoltty) N/A. ond 
Speciol -vAttetsmenl 
Number N/A, Worronl No.. 
N/A, Inttollmeni No, N/A. 
THISniOflITT 
HAtMIN 

DOINOUINT TAXES 

Property.'?- locoted at: 
35345 W. North Ave,. 
AntkKh. . , 

Permanent Index - No.:- 
01-01-400-013 

fhlt notice It to odvite. 
you ' Ihol the above 
property hot been totd for 
delinciuent toxet ond Ifwt 
ttie, period ol redemption 
from the tale will expire 
on December. S. 1985, ot 
exiended.":- ':• .'\-\r.!-.." 

This . notice It olto to 
■ odvite you -that o petition 
has~ been filed lor a tox 
deed which will frontier 
title and the fight ,to 
pbtiettlon of this property 
if redemption It not mode 
.on or before December 5, 

■ 1985.;. -* 

Ttie County of Loke, ot 
.Trustee, Purchoteir Intendt 
lo moke opplicotion for on 
order on the petilktn for a 
tax deed; ond thFt matter 
it f el for liearing in th« 
Qrcuit Court of t hit- county 
in Woukegon, Jllinoit'on 
January 7. 1986. 

You'rnoy be preten) ot 
-this hearing but your ri^hl 
to redeem will olreody 
hove expired ol thol lime: 

You ore urged lo' 
re^lpem Immediately to 
prevent toss of property. . . 

Redemption con be 
mode ql any time on or 
before December 5, 1985' 
by. oppiying lo the County 
\^ Clerk of loke County ot the 
County Courthouse-- -tri 
Woukegon, lllinoit. ' ' 

For further information 

conloct the County Clerk, _ 

County ol Loko, 

• as Trustee. 

<- ' ' Purchaser 

Aug.e,15and32.1985 

88SB-IS8-AR 



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f 4B Lakeland Newspapers 



-LEGAL- 
TAX DEED NO. : 83 TX 46 

FILED: July 30. 1985 

TO: Fronk Bfodio, Peter Brodio, Anna Brodlo. Emilifa A,- 
Donlon. Lindo lonuii Hess, County Clork of lake Cdunlv 
Illinois and UNKNOWN OWNERS' 
TAKENOTia 

STATE OF lUINOlS, 
COUNTY OF LAKE, u 

Date premises sold: December 13, 1983 
Sold tor Generol Taxes ot (yeor): 1982 

THIS PROPERTY HAS REEN SOLD 
- FOR DfUNQUENT TAXES 

Properly locoted at Johns Monvitle Avenue, Gurnee. 
Iltlnolt 60031 

legal Description and Permanent Index. No. f 
Lot eleven (II) in Block filty-two (52) in Frederick H; 
Bortlett's llrsi oddltlon to "Norih Shore Highlond", 

being oSubdivision ol ports ol the Nonh holt (N 1/2) 

of Section eighteen (18), Township forty-live (45) Nor- 
th. Ronge twelve (12) East of the Third Principol 
Meridian, and oi Ihe North half (N I /2) ol tection Ihir- 
teen (13) Township forty.five (45) North, Range eleven - 
(11). East of Ihe Third Principal Meridian oecordingnb 
the Plot thereol, recorded September 25. 192Wds 
Documeni 265706 in Book O' ol Plots. Page 59. in toW 
County, Illinois, 
Permanent Index No.: 07-13-208-003 

This notice is to advise you thot Ihe obove property hot 
been sold for delinquent loxos ond thot the period of 
redemption from the sale'hos been extended ond will ex- 
pire on DecembdftO. 1985.' 
Ihis notice is diso to advise you thot onJuly 30, 1985 a 
-petition wosfiJedLJoi:oj5x-deed Which will trbniloy titio 
and the r^ht to possession of this property It redemption 
IS not mode on or before December 13,1 985. 

This rhotler is set for heoring in the Circuit Court ol this " 
County in Woukegon, Illinois on December 1 7. 19BS, 
YOU ARE URGED TO REDEEM IMMEDIATELY TO 
PREVENT LOSS OF PROPERTY 
Redemption con bo mode ot any time on or before. 
December 13, 1985 by oppiying. lo'the. County Cl"ko1 
~^^ogriL:is"°'' «','►"> /:-n'V Courthouse in 

_ For lurtherinlormotibn contact the Counly Clerk. 

J • . . ■ Anthony Pbtch. 

• Assignee of the Purchoser 

ol theCerlilicoioofSolo 

AuguslB, 15,ond22. 1985 

•- ■ .•:.-• e85B-132-WN 



-UOAl- 
ASSUIMBD RUSINISS 
NAMiCiRTtFICATi 

NAME OF BUSINESS: Kokt 
-ArchitecturolMetols'- " 



ADDRESS(ES) WHERE 
BUSINESS IS TO BE 
CONDUaED OR TRAN- 
SACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 
P.O. Box 635, Graytlok'e, 
Illinois 60030. 
33393 N. loke Shore Drive. 
Wildwood, lllinoit 60030 
NAME(S) AND POST 
OFFICE OR RESIDENCE 
ADDRESS(E5) OF THE 
PERSON(5) OWNING. 
CONDUCTING OR 

TRANSAaiNG BUSINESS: 
David C. Hoke, P.O. Box 
635. Groytloke. llUnoli 
60030: 

DovidHoke, 33391' N. toke 
Shore Drive, WildWood. 
lllinoit 60030. 

STAnOFILUNOfS 
COUNTY OF IAK|,M 

Thit it to certify thol Ihe 
undersigned Iniend(s) lo 
conduct . ihe-obove named 
business from the 
location(s) Indlcoled ond 
Ihol the true or real lull 
nome(i) of the person (•) 
owning, conducting or 
trontocting the butlnett 

ore correclat thown,— ^ 

'David C.Hoke 



STATE OF ILLINOIS 
COUNTY OF LAKE, •• 

The foregoing' In- 
strument wot 
acknowledged before me 
by the persoh{s) intending 
lo conduct the business' 
Ihis24lhdoyof July, 1985.- 
(SEAL) ■, ;■ . 

. Robert k.Weggo, 

Notary Public 

RECEIVED; July 25. 1985 ' 

lindo lanuil Hess, 

Lako County Clerk 

August 1, 8. ond lis. 1985 

-• ■- ' 885A.126-WN 

JA'^l*5l5ytAuQui|.1 5, 1 985 ^ 



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Bank t 
fti ;i373; thair 
devitees]. 
mtigiu,- if 
jgln'ocoipancy 

[o^n*r«;' or 

it«d In the 

real 

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Sold: 



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1983 
K No. 



OS- 



Toxes 

^and/or prtor. 

Special 

Inl, -rol 

I) N/A and 

\itestment 

r Warrant No. 

liantNo.N/A. 



riAxis 

••Dcotad /oi: 

1/ Spring Pork 

J.I50II. North 

I^FoxLoke. 

Index No.: 

is to odvlse" 

Tthe above 

(been sold for 

t€» and that 

redemption 

will expire 

5, 1985, OS 

»-ls-ob6r'to . 
a petition 
lor a. tax' 
ill trorufor 
^ right to 
I Ihis property 
^is not mode ' 
i Oecember- S^ . 

:Df Loke, OS 

at intends ;: 

lion lor on 

rpetifion for o 

"this matter 

Ing in - tfte 

' this county 

Illinois on ' 

present at 
lit your right 
Kiwill olreody 
|bt thai time. ■ t 
urged to 
Jiotely to . 
[property. 

- can be 

|>|-lime on or 

5.1985 

the County 

* County ot the 

Ik '- Courthouse in 
i .tn.llllrtoii. 

Informotion 

i County Clerk. 

County of Loke. 

OS Trustee, 

' Purdioser 

I5and23. 1985 



. tTATIOPIUJHOlS.L : 
»UinT,OPLAKI.M. ' 
IN THI CtlCUIT COURT 
KM THI, 19TH JUDICIAt 
CnCUIT. LAKE COUNTY. 
;iUI»0if.7-,.,;V. ■■.,:„ / 
■ Ibe LonMS; ft ' Nettlefon 

Company, o airporallon, 
Plaintiff, V . 

~ - vs.- 
Cronifon O, Byrd. et. oL, 

, Dolendontt. 
No.:B5CH-342 ''•/ ' 

- The requisite . affidavit 
for .piibllcolion having 
been fijfrd.i notice Is herby 
given you. UNKNOWN 
OWNERS, defendant(s) in 
the 'obove- entitled suit; 
Ihot (he sold suit has been 

;'Commenced In Ihe CIrcull 

-.Court of Loke County, 
Owncery Division, by Ihe- 
.soldpiainlif {--against yoU 

. ond other . defendants, 
praying lor Ihe foreclosure 
of o certain (Mortgage) 
conveyina-the premises 
described. OS loUov^s, to- 

.*vtl:" " 
Lot 3 Block 16 in Zion 

, City Subdivision in Sec- 
tion 28. Township 46 
North, Range~12, East 
of ..the Third Principal 
Meridian, in Lqk'o 
County, .Illinois, com- 

. monly known ds: 3005 
Eire 7- Avenue, Zion, , 
Illinois, Perm. Tax No. 
O4-28-n5-003. 
and which said (Mortgage) 
was made by Cranston O. 
Byrd, Mortgagor, to Great 
Americon , Funding Cor- 
poratlon, as (Morlgagoe), 
and recorded in the oHice 
of Ihe Recorder of Deeds of 
Loke County, Illinois, as 
document number. 
1926630, and for other, 
relief; thot summons was 
duly issued oul of the sold 
Court against -you as - 
provided by low, and .thai. 

.:.the said suit i$-now, pen- 
ding. 

Now, therefore, unless 
you, the sold above named 
delendani(s), file your an- 
swer to Ihe Complain) in, 
the. said suit or olherwlse 
moke your aooearonca 
Iheroini in ihe office of Iho 
Clerk of Iho Circuit Courl 
of Lake County, in the Loke 
County Courthouse, 
.Woukegan, Illinois, on or 
before the 3rd day of Sep- 
tember. 1985, default moy 
be entered against you at 
any lime ofter ihot day and 

Judgment entered In oc- 
cordonce with the prayer 

01 sold Complaint. ; 
Dated, Waukogdn, 

I lllnois. August I St . 1985 . 
Sally O.Colfeli. 
Clerk 
Kropik, Popuga ft Shaw, 
Allornav(s] lor Plalnlifl 
August I, B. ond IS. 1985 



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iBUaMESSr KftS 



-UMU- 

•TO: Hoffman Corp.. . J. 
Thomos Johnson, Edw|n 
Meet* III. Anton R. 
-Vduhai. lhelt_ipouii.. 



l(ES) WHERE 

IS TO BE 

OR TRAN- 

THIS COUNTY: 

Round Loke. 

323 Glen- 

Loke Illinois, 

AND POST 
rOR REStOENCE 
S(ES) OF THE 
|(S} OWNING. 
ICfiNG j^QH 
BUSINESS: 
O. Owpman, 
(433 RouimJ loke 
-Shoron-J.. 
P.O.Box 433. 
be. Illinois 60073. 
'IlllNOIS 

rovuMu^ 

rto certify thai Ihe 
inlend(s] to 
[the obove nomed 
Irom' the 
^s) indicated ond 
true or reel full 
of ^the person(s) 
Conducting or 
ling Ihe business 
rectos shown. 

iD. Ctiapmon.^ 

.Ctwpmon 

^ILLINOIS 
rOfUUtl^ 

loregoing ''l.'n' 
nt was -ocknoW- 

|d before -!- mo ■; 
person(s) intending 
f bet Ihe business 

Ih day ol July, 1985. 



Kerry M. Schroeder 
[Deputy County Clerk 
VLD: July IB. 1985 . 
[lanuil Hess r\:. k^ r - 
County Clef k - ; - "^ - 
\ug. l,aand15M98S 
88SA'10e4L 

f.Augint 15^1985 



heirs, devisees, successors 
or ostlipts, if any; persons 
ln_occuponqr_ or^ octwol 
.possetilon ond unknown, 
ownert „ or ... porlltt ._ io-_ 
ler esled in tfte fiereinof ter. 
described reel estate. 
ToxDMd.No.63TXI04 

TAictNona 

STAItOflLUNOlft 
C0UMTTOPLAKt.u- 

Dafe Premises Sold: 
December 13, 1983 
Permonent Index No.: 05- 
15<M)4<045 

Sold lor General Taxes 
(Year) .1981 and/or prior. 
Sold for Spaclol 
Assessment ol 

(Municipallly) N/A and 
Special - Assessment 
Number N/A'. WorranI No. 
N/A. Installment No. N/A. 

THISPROPIRTV- 
HASBEIN 
SOU»FO« 
^OEUNOUINTTAXES 

Property located at: 
^220 N. Hlghwoy 12, 
Ingleskfe. 

Permanent Index No.: 
05 1 5-304 4)45 — " " 

This notice Is to advise 
you Ihot the above, 
property has been sold for 
delinquent taxes ond that- 
Itw'peribd of redemption 
from the sale will expire 
on December 5. 1985, as 
extended. 

•Ihis ' notfce Is also : to 
advls^' you' Ihot a petition 
hds been filed for a. lax 
deed which will , Ironsfer 
IMle. ond Ifie right to 
posses*k>n of this property 
if redemption ls\nol mode 
oocK before December 5, 
tl985. - ^ 



The County of Lake, os 
Truitee, Porchoier intends 
to.moke application for an 
order on the petition for o 
tax deed; and this matter 
)s set lor hearing in the 
Circuit Court of this County 
in ■ Waukegon, Illinois^ on' 
-January 14, 1986. • 
• Vou may be present at 
Ihls heortng but your right 
to redeem will olreody 
hove expired at that lime. 

You,, are urged to 
redeem immediately to 
prevent loss of property. 

^ -Redemption can be 

. made at ony lime on" or 
before December 5, 1985 
by applying to the County 
Clerk of Lake County ot Ihe 
County . Courthouse In 

- Waukegon, Illinois. ■ - 
For further Informotion 
conloct the County Clerk. 
'-'".' County of Lake, 

. " as Trustee, 

■ Purchaser 

Aug.B, 15ond22,1985 

^^^^^^^^^gJ4m 

■ -UWL- 

TO;. .Maple Ado. Cor- 
poration; Iheir spousesi 
heirs.', devisees, successors 
or osslgns; it any; persons 
in occupancy or octual 
possession and unknown 
owners or parties In- 
terested in the herelhofler 
described real estate. 
Tax Deed. No. 82 TX 104 

TAKE NOTICE 
STATE OF lUINOIS 
COUNTY OF LAKE, H 
Date -P/emlsas ..Sold: 
Decernber.15,'l982 . . 
Permbnoni Index Nb;: 09- 
. 33-21 1-011 a -01 2;i_j^_, 
Sold for Generol Toxes 
(Yeor) 1981 ond/or. prior. 
Sold for Special. 
Assessment .. of 

(Municipality] N/A and 
Speciol . Assessment 
Number N/A, WorronI No. , 
N/A. Installment No. N/A. 

— THIS PROPERTY 

HAS BEEN 

SOLO FOR ■ 

DELINQUENT TAXES 

Property located oi: 

26802N. Ado Street, 26614 

N. Ado Street, Woucondo. 

- Permanent Index No.; 
09-33-211-011 a -012 . 

This, notice. Is to ddvlie 
you that the obove 
-property has been sold for 
delinquoni loxes ond thot 
■ the period ot' redemption 
from the sole will expire 
on. December 5, 1985. as 
extended. . 

This:>jjol!p»«^s also to 
advise you ihot a petition 
has been filed lor a tax 
deed which wilt transfer 
title and the' right to 
possession oi Ihls property 
)l redemption is not mode 
on or before December 5. 
1985. 

The County of Lake, os. 

Trustee, Purchaser intends 

' lo moke applicolion for on 

order on the pelllion lor o 

tax deed, ond this motler 

is set for hearing in ll^ 

Grcuit Court ol Ihis county 

—in - Woukegorn- Illinois - on - 

' Jdnuary33, 1986. 

You riioy be present al 

-thisJworing but your right 

lo redeem will alre«iy 

-; hove expired ol Ihoi lime. - 

You ore urged to 

redeem Immediolely to' 

proven I loss ol property . 

.Redeinpllon can .■ be 
mode at anf lime on or 
before December 5. 1.985 
by applying to Ihe County 
clerk of lake County at the 
County ' Courthouse in 
Woiikegon, Illinois. 

For further information 
conlaci the County Clerk. j_ 

7'^^ ' County of LokeT 

OS Trustee, 

Purchoser 

Aug. 8, IS and 33, 1985 

88SB-18S-WL 

—LEGAL— 

TO: Arthur W. Kteiit, 
AAargarel C. KloisI, their 
spouses, heirs, - devisees, - 
successors or assigns, , if 
any; persons In occupancy 
or ocluol possession and 

.unknown owners or 
parties interested In Ihe 

'- hereinafter- described -real - 
estate.- 
TaKDeed.No.83TX104 

^TAKINOTia . 
STATE OF lUINOIS 
COUNTY OF LAKE, M 

Dole Premises Sold: 
Oecember 13. 1983 : 
Permonent Index No.:' 05- 
14-339-006 

Sold ,' for General Taxes 
(Yeor). 1981 ond/or .prior. 
Sold - lor .Special 
Assessment ^' ,;of 

(Municlpollty) N/A and 
Speciol . -Assessment 
' Number N/A.,Worrant No. 
N/A, Installment No. N/A. 



THIS PROPERTY 

HASBEEN 

SOLOFOR 

OEUNOUENT TAXES 

Property located at: 
35011 N. Forest Ave., 
Ingleslde." 

Permanent Index No.: 
05<. 14-329-006 

This notice is to advise 
you that- the above 
property has been sold for 
jdelinqlieni foxes and that 
the period nt redemption 
^ from the sale will expiry .~ 
on December 5, 1985, os 
extended. - . 

This notice is also to 

odvisoyou that a petition 

hot' been filed lor a tox 

deed which will transfer 

.title and Ihe right to 

^ possession oi Ihis property 

'if redemption, is not mode 

on or before December 5, 

1985. 

The County of lake, as 

,- Trustee, Purchaser intends 

to moke application for on 

order on the petition for o 

tax deed, and this motter 

. Is set for hearing in the 

.Circuit Court of (his county 

in "Woukegan, Illinois on 

January 14, 1986. 

You may. be present at 

' this hearing but your right 

to redeem -wjll already , 

. have expired at tfiat lime. 

You are urged to 

redeem immediately to - 

prevent loss of property. -^ 

Redemption ■ can be 
mode at any. time on or ^ 
before December S, 1985 
by applying to the County 
Clerk of Lake County ot the 
-County Courthouse In 
■Waukogdn, Illinois. . 

For further Informotion 
contact the County Clerk. 

County of Lake, - 
as Trustee, 
Purcl}aser 
Aug. 8, 15 and 22: 1985 
' B85B-144FL - 

—LEOA*.— 

TO: Gus Borowczyk, Carol 
Borowc2yk,. First Notionol 
Bonk of loke Forest. Trust 
488, their spouses, heirs, 
devlkoes, . successors or 
assigns, if any; persons in 
occupancy or ocluol ■ 

• possession and unknown, 
owners or parlies .in- 
terested in the hereinafter 
described reol estate. 

Tox Deed. No. 82 TX 1 04 
TAKENOnCE 
: STATE OF lUINOJS 

COUNTY OF LAKE, u 

Dole Premises Sold: 

December 14. 1^2 

Permanent Index No.: 06- 

17-111-016 

Sold for Geperot Toxes 
' (Yeor). 1981 ond/or prior, 

Sdid for Speciol 
•Assessment ol ■ 

(Muntclpollty) N/A ond 

Special ' . Assessment ■ 

Number N/A, Warrant No.. 

N/A, Inslollmtnl No. N/A7 

.iHiiPRomrY . 

HABBEEN 

KHDPOR 

DELINQUENT TAXES 

— Property bcoled ol: 634 
Arrowhead, RoutnJ^ lake 
Heights. 

— Permonent -Index -No.T- 
06-17-111-016 

-Thts-notil^- ts-to odvise- 
you, Ihol the above 

* property has been sold for 
delinquent toxes onA that 

' Ihe period of redemption 
from the sole will expire 
. on December 5,) 1985, os 
extended. 

. This notice is olso to 

■ odvlse you thai o pelllion 

has been tiled for. o lax 

deed which will transfer 

lille and the right \o 

~ possessionlof this property 

, If redemption is not mode 

on or before December 5,- 

1985. _ _ 

The County of Lake, as 

Trustee. Purchaser Intends 

to moke application for on ' 

order on the petition for d 

-lax deed, qnd this matter 

is set tor hearing, in the 

CIrcull Court of this county 

in Waukeganr Illinois on 

Jonuary 14,1986. 

You may be present ol 

. this hearing but your right 

' t o red eem wtlf ol reod y 

have expired al that lime. 

You ore. urged to 
redeem Immediately lo 
prevent loss of property. 

Redemption can bd 
mode at any 'lime on or 
before December. S, 1985 
by applying to lhe~ County 
. Clerk of Loke County at Ihe 
County Courthouse In 
' Waukegon, Illinois. 

For further .inlormotlon 

contact Ihe County Clerk. 

County of Lake. 

OS Trustee. 

' ', "' ,...,. Purchaser. 

Aiig.8, 15and22, 1985 

.. .. 885B-149.RL 



—LEGAL— 

TO: Morilyn A.* Nelson, 
Jonts E. Rertos. Brendo 
Wei, I heir spouses, heirs, 
devisees, successors or 
ossigns. If any; persons in 
o'ccuponcy- or- dctuol 
possession ond unkruwn 
owners or porlies in- 
terested in the fiereinafter 
described real estate. 
Tax Deed. No. 82 TX 104 

TAKENOTICE 
STATE OF ILUNOIS 
COUilTYOFLAKE.>a 
Dole. Premises Sold: 
December 14, 1982 ' 
Permonent Index No.: 07- 
12-416-008 

Sold tor Geiwral Toxes 

(Yeor) 1981 ond/or prior. 

Sold for Speciol 

Assessment of 

(Municipality) N/A and 

Special Assessment 

Number N/A, WorronI No! 

N/A, Installment No. N/A. 

THIS PROPERTY 

HASBBN 

SOLDFOR 

DEUNOUENTTAXES 
. Property ^tocoted ot: 
North line of Greenwood 
Ave.v opprbx: 200 it. EosI 
ol East jine of'Boulevord 
View Ave., Gurnee. 

Permanent Index No.: 
07-12^16-008 

This notice 'is to odvlse 
you Ihot the obove 
property hos been sold for 
delinquent taxes otkI Ihol- 
Ihe period of redemption 
from the solevvill expire 
.on December 5, 1985, os 
extended. 

This 'notice Is olso to 
advise you thot o petition 
hos been tiled for a lax 
deed which.' will Ironsfer 
title ond the right lo 
possession of Ihis^property 
ifredemptfon is not mode 
on or before December. 5. 
1985. , ... , 

The County ol Lake, os 
Trustee, Purdioser intends 
lo moke applicolion lor on 
order on the petition tor d 
.tax deed, ond this matter 
is set tor tieoring in the' 
Circuit Court oi this county 
in Waukegon, Illinois- on 
January 14. 1986. * 

You may be' present, ot 
this hearing but your right 
to redeem will already 
hove expired ol that lime. 
' ..Yoii ore urged, to 
- redeem immediolely to 
prevent loss of property. 

Redtampiion con be 
mode ot ony lime on or 
before Oecember S. 1965 
by opplying to lite County 
' Clerk of Lake County ot tfie 
County Courthouse in 
Woukegan, Illinois. 

For further intormotkm 

contoct Ihe County Clerk. 

County ol Lake, 

OS Trustee, 

Purcfwser 

Aug.B, 15 ond 32. 1985 

BBSe-iSS-GP 

-LEGAL— 

TO: 1st. Amerlcor) Boitk of 
Lake _ County. Amertcoo ■ 
Nationol Bonk • Trust Co. 
of Waukegon. Trust 1096, 

-'their — spouses. — helrsp- 
deviseet, succesun or 

.assigns., if any: persons in 
occupancy or octuol 
possession ond unknowm 
owners or ' porlies in- 
terested In the hereinof ter 
.described real estate. 
Tox Deed. No. 83 TX 104 

TAKENOTKI 
STATE OF ILUNOtS 
COUNTY OF LAKE, m 

Dole Premises Sold: 
December 13, 1983 
Permanent Index ' Fio;: 06^~ 
02-100^)10 

Sold for Generol Toxes 
(Year) 1981 ond/or prior. 
Sold for Special 
Assessment of 

(Municipality) .N/A and 
Special- Assessment 
Number N/A. Warrant No. 
N/A. Installment No. N/A. 



possession of tliis proper:!/ 
if redempHori b tx>t mode 
on or bi^ore Decmber. 5, 
1985.. 

.Tfie,County of Idkimi as 
Trustee, Purdioser intmds 
to moke application for on 
order on the pe ti tion for o 
tax deed, and ttiis mailer 
is set for liearing in tfie 
Circuit Courf of this ooieity 
in WoiAegon. Bbiois on 
January9, I98& 

You may be pieient oA 
tliis heoring but your rigfit 
to re deem will- already 
fiove expired at ttiot 1: 

You ore urged to 
redeem imniediately to 
prevent loss ol prop ert y. 

Redemption con be 
mode ol oiy time on or 
before December 5. J9B5 
by applying to Ifie County 
Clerk of Loke County oi tfie 
County Courthotne in 
Waiike^. Illinois'. 

For further inf ormot i on 
contoct theCounty Clerk. ' 
, County of Loiter- 
as Trustee, 
Purchoser 
Aug. 8.' 1 5 ond 32. 1 985 
BaSB-l5StV 




TO: Joseph R. Cbsentino. 
Chicogo Title ft Trust Co.. 
Trust 56775. their spouses. 
heirs, devisees, successors 
or assigns, if (ei)^: persons 
in occupancy or ocfud 
possession end unknown 
owners—or parties in- 
terested in tfte her e i nof ter 
described reol estate. 
Tax Deed. No. 82TX 104 
TJLKENOTICE , 
STATCOrUUNOtS 
COUNfT OP LAKE. V 
Dote . Premi ses Sold: 
December 14. 1983 
Permonent bidex No.: 06- 
30404-043 

Sold for General Taxes 

(Year) 1981 ond/or prior. 

Sold for Special 

Assessment of 

(Municipolity) N/A and 

.'Special Assessthent 

Number N/A, Warrant No. 

N/A. fnstoilmcnt No. N/A. 

THISI 

-NASI 



Rroperty l o coi ed at: 
3IDC7 N. «tey Dr.. LbIi* 

v afci. 
Ofr^noos-OM 

This nolice.is to-odvise 
you llmt the above 
.propierfy hm been sold for 
delinquent liu i es ond -thot 
tile period of redemption' 
ffom the sole will expire 
5. 1985. as 
extended. 

This notice is triso to 
odvis* you thai a petition 
I HA ' peen filed for a .tox 
de i u l wfiitfi w31 transfer 
title ond tfie riglit to 
. pmsrss ion oi tfiis properly 
-ii-redemption is not mfxie 
on or btJore De c ember 5. 
1985. 

- The County of' lake, as 
Trustee, Purmoscir anfends 
to moke oppKcotion lor on 
ooler on the petition for o 
tax deed, and tfiis matter 
is sel fcw- I teexj in tfie. 
Gnsjil Court of tfiis county 
in Waukegon. BUnois.on 
. JaMKMy9. 1986. 

You moy be present art 
ttiis fxeoring but your right 
to redeem' wiQ; already 
have expired at tfiat lime. 

You ore urged to 
redeem immediately to 
prevent loss of property. 

Redemption con be 
mode at ony time on or ■ 
before Oecember 5. 1985 
by applying to the County 
CIctfc of lake County at tlw' 
County Courtliouse in 
Woukegan. Uleiois. 

For further inl uiin utim i 
con to ct the County Oerk. 
' County of Laiie. 
fB Trustee. 



"511 






Aug.B.15dnd22,19eS 
-1564.V' 



I , 



Property f 
Norlhline of North I 
Court, opprox. 39311. West 
of West reie of Cedbr LoAe 
Rood. Round lake. 



.M TME 
lOKItC WIN 



J 



TMiSPROPSBTY 

HASBEIN 

SOiDFOB 

DEUNOUENTTAXES 

Property . locoted .at: 
■ 30931 W; Grond Ave:," loke~ 
Villa. 

Permanent Index No.: 
06-02-100^10 

This notice is to odvise 
you . thai the - obove 
property has been sold for 
delinquent toxes and that 
the period of redemption 
from tfie sale will. expire 
on December '5, 1985, as 
extended. 

This rtotice is olso* to 
advise you that o petition 
has been filed for o tax 
deed which will transfer 
title and the right to 



06-3(MO«.Oa 

This notice is to 
you tfiot the. aBov«, 
property tus lieen sold iar 
delinquenl taxes imd tfetf. 
the period of 
ff rofn tfw wom& 
on December 5. 19B5. 
extended. 

This notice is olso to 
odvise you tlut o pet i tion 
has been filed for e toe 
deed which wdi tramler 
title pnd the rigH •» 
pos s e ss ioo of tfiis property 
if redemption is not m ode 
on or before Decemlier 5. 
19W. — 

Tfie'County of Lake, os 
Truste e. Purdioiser intonds 
to moke OMpB c o lkin lor on' 
order on the peti t ion for o 
tax deed, and this mottor 
is set for heoring in tlie 
Circuit Court of ifite county 
in Woukegbn. ilGnots on 
Jgnuory 14. 1986. 

You moy be present ol 
this fieoring but your right 
to - r edee m will olreo d y 
' hove expired ot thot time. 

You are urged to 
redeem immediulely to 
prevent loss of property. 

Redemption.- can — be 

mode ol any time on or 
befora Decsernber 5. 1985 
liy qpplying to the Cotmty 
Oerk of Lake Coun^ at. the 
County Courthouse ' in 
Woukegon. iDinois. 

For furtfter information 

cdnlbct the County deck. 

. County ol lake. 

OS Trustee. 

PkHUKiser 

Aug.B, ISond 22, 1985 

685B-151-RL 



Fleet M mhimie Corp., 
l/k/a XAorlgage 

Associotes. inc. Ploirttiff. 

vs. 
Boric rt L. Norris. Mary A. 
Norris. AND UNKNOWN 
OWNBtS. Defendants. 
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SietVFSNO.rNone 



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m 



NOTICE IS HEREBY 
GIVEN thai in pivsudnce of 
o" |i wly ii e«a ' f meto f m e 
entered on August 5. I9B5 
fapy soid Court ki the obove 
entitled cause. Robert H. 
Bcdxox. Sheedf of 
County wiV on 
9. I9B5. at the hour of :9.«» 
^AafDAYUCHT-SAViNGT" 
TME m ftsom 105 of 



TO: Arthur L Bork. Mfs._ 

Bbrk. tfieir speus4es. fieifs. 
devisees, ^successors or 
assigns, il any; persons in 
ckcuponcy. ; or octuol 
p oss es s ion and">imluMHm. 
o wners or 
terested.in the I 
descnbedreaii 
TffifOeed. No.B2TXlO« 

TAKEMOnCi 
STATEOriUMOtt . 
OOUNTTClV LAKB.n 
Dole :- Premises Sold:" 
December 13. 19B2 
Permanent Index No.: 06- . 
aMa3-004 - 

SoM-.for Genend Taxes 
(Year) 1961 rmd/or prmr. 



Courthouse. -^ 
WdUkcgm. BKnois in uid 
Camty. seB ol pubtk to Itie 
highest and besl bkkler tor 
cosh oil and singular tlie 
lollwoing described 
premises ond real estate in 
soid iudgemenl men- 
tioned, situated in the 
County of lake and Stole 
of B&nois or .so much 
tfii w eof OS slioO be suf- 
fidcnl to satisfy soid 
iudgnient. to-««it: 
Lots 9 and 10inBfc>ck2 8 . 
in Zion ' City Sub-''<. 
division, in Se ct ion 2B. 
Township 46 North. 
Ronge 13. bist of Hie 
Third Principal 

iMeridiort. ocoordkig to 
Ihe Plot thereof. '* 
recorded .April 14. 
1903. as Ootwnent 
85730 in Book TIT of 
Plots. Pages 2 and 3. in 
lekeCbtanty. iOinofS. . 

AOORESS OR LOCATKm 
OF PROPERTYz 0117 
Gideo n. 2ion. Illinois 
60099. Redemption Dole: 
Morch 10.-1986 tdgethi^ 
wilh on buikfings and 
imp ro veme n ts; tfiereon, 
ond the . tenenienis. 
here (fi tie iiciils and . cq>. 
purtenonces tliereunio 
b e' kwM iinn 

■ DATED. Woukegan. 

■linois. this 15ih dby of 

Auigusl.1985. .---'"'" I 

SoByD.Coffelt. 

Clerkofthe 

, GrcuilCburtof 

.'. loke County. Hljnois 

9iO|>irb£Kreismcn:P.C - 

AHomeys f er P faeitiH, 

August 15.22. and 29. 1985 

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ANNUAL ■!»>*¥ rORYIAR INDINO APRIL aO.ltlS. 



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• SPECIAL 


DEBT 


. SPECIAL 


WATER A . 


TRUST& 


FUND 

a ■ 


RiVENUE 


SERVICE 


ASSESSMT; , 


SEWER. 


AGENCY 


148,323 


141.344 


; 110.402 


3.398 




37.662 


39,026 












• 24.502 


23,092 






26.160 




56,466 








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543.864 


123,748- 


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67.807 


17.077 


4.348 


620, 


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43.513 


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2.642 





942,046 



305,261 



114,750 



4,018 



2.497 

5.645 

155 

526.694 



96.710 



202.823 37,886 




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372.588 ;^ 147.956 










24.017: .'. 










410.354 






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105,450 


1,066' 


516,476 


25.537 


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24.725 (121.724) 


9.300 


, 2.952 


6,680 


71,173 


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31;50l 


(9.243) 


(176.165) 


476,364 


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40.801 


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(169,485) 


547,537 



REaiPTS:. . 

Taxes & Sp«c. Assmls. 
Licenses . * 

-PerfnltsSlees 
Police & fire 

^|e of malerial & services 
Intergovernmental 
lnt«resl 

'Other :\.--:.'':'':'';'-::^ : . 

Water S sewer collections 
^Contributions 

Equalization contributions 

Meters 
' Connection fees 

TOTAL OPERATING RECEIPTS: 

DISRURSEMENTS:. 

Adrriinlslrallpn : 
'Streets & plleys . 
'Buildings & grounds 

Police protection 

Woterrnoln reblacerrtent 

Environmentol control '^ 

Mosquito aboiemenl 

Coritroctuat serwtces.-scovBnger 

Pension contributions 

Principol retiroment 

Interest & f islf^rcKargos - 

Salaries 

Operoling A maintenance .. 

Olfter . 

Pension payments 

Professionol fees 

Depreciation ' 

TOTAL OS M DISBURSEMENTS: 

OTHER FINANCING SOURCES (USES) 

RECEIPTS OVER (UNDER) DISB: ' 

FUND BALANCE, 5/01/84 

FUND BALANCE. 4/30/85 



TOTALGENERAL WARRANT ACCOUNT DISBURSEMENTS 
(General Fund. Civil Dsfenia, Gorbegs, Retlremont, Insuronc*. & S«wor A Wator). 

20th Century Plosiics. 26.49; 419 Busines Sorv.. 240.00; 645 Electronic Disl., 52.00; AAA Printing. 17. 90; ABC Ren'lol. 
102.00: ART Fleet Serv.. 9.550.00; AT8T Consumer Soles, 24.84; ATST Informolion System. 1.692,51; ATiro. 1.336.81; 
Ace Hardware. 388.22; Acme Burgess, 453.00; Addrcssogrophi '305.98; D. Adkins, 53.51; Advertiser, 149.60; Aetna. 
30.427.50; Aldridge Electric. 3.130.00: Alexander Battery. 46.04; R.E. Allen & Assoc. 75.00; J. Anderson.. 11.00; an-~ 
derson Pest Control. 60.00; Areo Glass 8 Mirror. 45.02; Arbor, Inc.. 1.785.00: Assoc. Printers. 769.68: Assoc. Public 
So(ety Comm. Off.. 70.00: B.O.C.A'.. 659.00; Bachotner Cleoners, 41.95; Badger Meter. Inc.; 13!337J9:- Badger 
Uniforms, 4,150.61: Banker's Life, 31.082.32; Bearing Heodquorlers Co.-. 106.^2; R. Behm; 200.00; Behnings Aulb Ports. . 
3.711.73; Benjamin Etcctroproducts. 181.42; M: Berkley, 70!00: Berry Bearing. 5.24; Bond & Interest.' 40.059.96; Boy 
Scouts No. 96. 34.00; H. Boysen Co.. 34.834.38; Bro^ Loch Country Club, 68.75; Brock 8 Doyle, 3.613.58; Bruce Mun. 
Equip., 57.46: Bureau of Testing. 1.330.38; Bureau ol Census. 35.00; Burris Equip.. 80.02; C.B.M.. 70.00; C&C RooVmg, 
24.680.00; D. Cnnlley. 546.06; R. Corlson, 1,200.00; A. Costino. 8.00; Comcon. 18.975.00: Control Lk. County Water 
Committee. lO.OOO.OO;: Chamber ol Commerce, 14B.95;Ghoncellor Dolocomm, 708,00; Chcm-Rite. 953.30; "Chicogo 
Tribune, 326140; Cilgo Petro., 13.630.43: Comm. Edison, 43.893.63: Ccnsolidoied Fire Control.' 10.08; Country Squire.,: 
50.00; County Collector, 148.70; County ol loko. 5,000.00; Co. of lake Rodio Dopi'. 1.676.51; Co. of lake ShoriU's Of- 
fice. 164.00; Cross Sporl & Gun, 375.25: S. Cupstid, 41.25; D;E.P.S.5.-. 80.00; Don the Key Mon, 19.00: Docotur Elec- 
tronics. 36.90; Depko Garage, 36.85; Dictaphone, 1,163.00; Dir. of Labor, 7.949.07; Downtown Idea Exchange, 89.00: 
Drummond Amer. Corp.. 301.08: Dunlop & Brown, 4,986.00: E&H Utility Solos, 413.55: E.M.C.C. ol Lk. county. 5.00; 
E.S.S. Inc., 37.35; Elgtfi Comm. College. 100.00; Villoge of Elk Grove, J. 250.00; M. Ellis, 70.27; EquoHiotion Con- 
tribulion, 600.00; Fidelity flk.. 38,432.62; FireOut, 25.25;Fischer Bro. Const.. 239,07; Four Watt Shop. 74,95; Village of 
Fox lk., 107.33; Fox lk. Off. Supp.. 1.343.13; Froternol Oitiei oi rolice, 4y.cM. i neiiuly wlievy. 10.5/S.ob. tiiAif Auto. 
7.10: M, Friti. 45.00,- CL.C.T.S.. 56.55; G.O, Account. 2,892.38; Geary EJec. .3.167.54; Gen. Plastics, 885.40; B. 
Cetiokowski, 16.20: Goodmon Elec. 41.70: Goodyear. 759.25: Govt. Finonce OIL. 15.00; Govt. Personnel Cons.; 
1.080.00; Groyjloke Comm, High School. 780.00; Groysfoke Comm. Pk. Disf.. 1 1,1 12.66: Grbysioke'Cons. School Dist. 
1.866.00; Graysloke Feed Soles, 1,334.85; Graysloko Fire Protection. 1.276.95; Groyslokc Hdw., 1.793.02: Groysioke 
Jewelers. 20.00; Groysioke Pharm.. 316.29; Graysloke Shell, 18.83; Great lakes 487.02: Greiner Const. :\98.50; Griffin 
Pipe, 401.42: G. Grolh. 12.40: Gustofson Excov., 105.236.50: 1, Gulhridge. 6.59; R. Gwoltney. 140.24; HMO. 9.677.70; 
HOD Disp.. 80.125.55; Haines Co.. 111.87; W. Hansen, 45.00; Heelein Const.. 3.950.00; N. Hertel. 2.910.00: L. Hess, 
1.00; R. Heubelmon. 60.00: Hickjgas. 26.80; Holls. 5.60; Holly Press; 8.548.20. Hooks lumb., 2,574.50; Hydrito, 
1,327.43: Hy Woy Auto Ports, 75.00; IBM, 270.00; IDOT, 10.00; lEPA, 5.00; lESMA, 25.00; lETA.' 20.00; IMRF. 46^234.82; III. 
Assoc. Cfiiels ol Police. 125.00: III. Assoc. Recycling. 17.00; IMTA. 105.00: III. Boll Tel., 9,273.63; til. Mun. League, 
379.50; III. Police Assoc, 131.00: Industrial Alloys, 265.70; Int. Assoc. Chiefs of Police. 50.00; H. Jastrob, 53.62; Jim's 
TV. 114.84; S. Jones. 500.00; Just the Two ol Us, 175.00; KC Leech. 1.210.00; J. Korolciak, 36.00; Kosco Flag, 673.14: 
Krest Tailor. 50.46; Krg.JAotors. 14,jb0: Lk, County Supp.. 43.53: Amer. Bk. ol Lk. County. 100.000.00: Lk. County Chiefs 
of Police. 80.00; L. County Crirne Stoppers'. 90.00: Lk. County Health Dopt., 62,00; Lk. County Juvenile Assoc. 20,00; lk. 
County Mun. League. 702.00; LK.' County Of I. Supp.. 148.64; Lk. County Planning. .20.00: Lk. County Public Wrks., 
338.304,25; Lk. CouQly Urban leogue, 40.00; Lokelond.Nows. 19.00; Loketond Publ.. 3.594.58; Lokewood ^Aed.. 209.00; 

' Landmork.46.53; A.Lourin, 10.'50:lawsonProdf,l;79l.ia;— ~ - — .- .'l ! 

Lewis Intl. 136.58: Liberty Oil. 9.574.20: libcrtyvitlo Bk.. 45.698.24; Lightning Power Co.. 76.50; Lubo'Oil. 1.669.00;:. 

— RH-Lvons-Eqtiip.^53Jjg;M!£turc_Enq ., 25.9il.l7:. J. MtM ohon. 8.65;: MFT. 5.000.00, MPH Industries, 145.30; MPP: 

Reproduction. 383.30: L. Moddox, 200.00: J. Moguiro, 64,40: Map~DopT7r98:75~Morklng-SpecTr-135:20r-Morling- 

--Manogomont,_l50,00; Massey Forgusoji^l6J9; L. Motusik, 2.30; Morrbl's.lJ.TSFJ. Middleton. 260.00; Miller Hooting. 
174.12; Miller Krucger. 893.87: T. Mitterling.*215:93; MonrooTruEk Equip;,- 304.29; .J^Muollemann. .26 lOi^Mulli^ 
Regional Troining, 50.00; Mondolein Point, 100.50; Mundclein Police Dopt., 50.00; Mun. Clerks ol Lk. County, '5.(X): 

-Mun. Fin. Oil, Assoc, 70.00: NACA. 50.00. NCR, 496,08; NLCPCN, 3,652.00; Nooir. 440,00: Nofgcr Rubber Stamp. 7.60; 
Nopo'Auto; 1,103,11: Natl. Ouordian Alarm. 73.30. Nemco. Inc. 53.30: News Sun. 318.78; Nice & Cloart. 30.30: R. 
Nischon. 1^.00: North Shore Gos. 6,174.64; Northeast Civil Defense Council. 5.00; Northoost Multi-Rcgionol. 50.00: 
Northeostern III. Plan Comm., 346.00; Northern Cholct. 935.63: No. III. Weld System. 39.86: R. O'Horron Co.. 317.64; D. 
O'Shea. 451.10; Oil. Quarters. 99.52;' Off. Stole Fire Marshall. 20.0Q: Otiolino Gor. Door, 162.58: Ovcrholscr et.al.. 
16,691.00: Oxford Chcm.. 268.36; PB Enterprises, 59.35; PF Pettibino Co.. 39.87; PR Communication. 1.032.18; J. Polo. 

. 8.60; Potch the Pony. Inc. 19.40; Payroll. 500.098.15; L. Poroi, 14.85; R. Petersen. 390.40; Polly Cosh, 701.84; Pitney 
Bowes. 213.00; H. Polinskl. 41.35: Postmaster. 2,486.31; Mr. Potompo, 360,00: Precision Video. 79,95; J. Prodovic. 
904. BO; Prentice Hall Inc. 35.66: PIC ol LC. 30.00: Protection Unlimited. 6.350.00; Pryor. 33.32; Quality Ind.. 78 83: Quill 
Corp., 373.49; Quinlon Pubt.. 42.05. Rodicom, 230.37: Radio Shock, 407.54: Ralph Greenhouse, 15.00: Ram Rental. 

^iZO.OO; Recorder ol Deeds, 253,00: Reed Hill Florist, 113.07; Reed Randle-Tractor,-2.547.14: Regency Enterprlsos.lnc." 
987.34; Super, of "Schools, 9.00;- Rehder. Rolhermel, Pekkorinen. Inc., 5.967.65; Reliable Corp,, 326.55; Repair Ltd.. 
25.00; J. Reimer. 121.00; Rickorf Elcc. 60.OT: Rock Plumbing, 2,131.40; Rockonboch. 235.04; Rockonboch Chevy, 
1^836,54:.Bk, ol R. Loke, 50.000.00: RoyolAuto Radiator. 32.75: J. Rudd. 9.30; Russell Bro;, 993.78; E. Ryan. 26.10; SMC, 

. 3,057.00; SPD Ind., 2.236.30; Safeguard. 747.40; Soloty Klccn Corp.. 683.00; Son. Sewer Dept., 4,258.08; R. Schramer & 

■ Co., 304.80:E. Schroeder. 34.42: R. Scott. 83.00: Sec. of Sfote, 5.00; Service Dynamics. 15.45; Share Corp., 1 . 169.53; H.F. 
Shea, 4,100.00; Skokie Truck. 1.477.29; Skokio Volley A; p.. 3.451.1 1; M. Smith. 28.00; P. SLmylh Auto Serv.. 97.00; Soo 
Line R.R.. 4.972.30; f. Sosnowski. 133.00; Spic 8 Spor . 3.053.34; W. Stong. 560.04; Stonn & Assoc. 3,17.1.00; Stole 
Attorney Appelate Serv.. 10.00; SlofcTreosurcr, 113,30. 83: Slrotlord on Avon, 1,395.43; Sunrise Off. Supp.. 345.91: G. 
Swo'nson, 150.00; Synnestvedl Nursery. 990.00; M. Todd 195.78; Total Image, 209.99; Traffic tnslituto. 150.00; Thllmon 
& Fillippinl, 529.00: Trim Line of N.E. 111., 57.50; E. Tunney, 11.10; Umbdenstock Elec. 1.190.58: United Prod. Serv., 
196.88; University Clinics. 54.00; U of I. 1.990.00; C. Vonderspool. 150.00; Wollace & Tiernon. 772,00: Warning Litcs of 
III., 986.52; Warren Elec. 193.76: Water Prod;, 3.582,93; Wotertower Point & Repair,. 5,3B9.88;.Wouconda"Not'LBki,j 
100,000.00: Wkgn. Sleet Soles, 341.11; Woy-Kon, 1.030.41; Roy's Welding, 25.00: West Publ., .172.75: Western Union, 
2,884.39;'Westminster Off. Mochine. 733.15; B. Welt, 16.12; D. Whitllngton, 9,60; R, Wickersheim, 354,99; Wildwood 
5«rv., 370.00; G. Willen. 46.30; V. Wirti, 33.75; Xerox. 3,709.23: YWCA. 80.00: Zornoth Brush Wrks.. 123,50; Sfil ol 
■ Zion. 100,000,00; L.^Fronk Ins.. 19.338.14. "* 

TOTAL G.W. DISBURSEMENTS , S2.1B7,385.48 



'DISBURSEMENTS^ALL REMAINING FUNDS- 



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Arbor Inc. 60.00; F. Boker, 1.433.50; N. Bellios M.0.. '20.00; Catholic Charities, 200.00; Cfioin of lakes Sen. Serv., 
200;00; Comm, Youth Network. 200.00; Consumers Co-bp,^ 57.656.36; Domtar Industries. 7,960.14; Evoy. Kamschullo & 
Jocobs. 600.00; Geniarol Fund, 1 32.751 .49; Groysioke HislorTcol. 300.00; Groysioke Comm. Pk. Dist,. 350.00; Groysioke 
Noll Bk., 7,502.50: Gustofson Exc. 200.00; Home FodXS«L, 6,500.00; J. Korolciak, 8.364.42; Lokelond Publ.. 76.59; 
Lokewood Med., 26.00; Lk. County Crisis Center, 200.00; MeClure Eng., 9,694.57; MSM Lawn Core, 1.273.50; Modlson 
Trust Bk.. 91,725.00; NolT. teofluc ol Cities, 20.00; Mr; 8. Mrs. Nelson, 9,600,00; Poddan & Co., 2,169.59; Paine Webber, 
15 034.21; Polie» Penslori Fund..3.969.00; Rock Plumbing, 6,352.50; RoundAk, Bk,, 250,000.00; R. Schramer, 473.60; L. 
Shaltuck. 6.799.5*1 Skokto Volley Asp., 90,382.19; Stofeof III. Dept. of )ns., 25,00; M.Vogel, 8.514.96. ' . . 

TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS— Alt REMAINING FUNDS , '. S719.437.68 

CREDITS. INVESTMENTS. MISC, REVENUES . - . . ($913,983.01) 

TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS" . ^^wmtftfP^ $1,992,835.15 

Respectfully Submitted, 

Valeria B: Rosebrough, 

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161 Lokelond N«iwspopen^^~ 




^/illage of Graysloke 
August 15, 1985 
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ROUND LAM ARIA PARK DItTRia 
STATIMINT OF RtCnntAND DItMIMIMBNTS 

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OiNllAlCO«>6RATIfUN©iBiflInnW£Cmli: $34,125.10 ^ „^,^^ , '. . 
CASH tWINUli Pro|>•^ty:Ta«•ir^»9fc&6.7^^' B«ploc«m J12.409.oarlnfjir«t 

Mlic.lliwVM:»556.00;TmWCAIHMVlNUIX$170.6l5.54. . v^ ; . ^^^• 

L CASH IXPINDITURtil A Tlr« County S«rvtc«, $294.00; ABC : Ran lalCmtct;,, $55.22; 
AT«Ti $955.94; Accurot* OHlce Supply." $t 40.26; Ac« HartMf.». $1353.20; Aem«, Brick ft. 
Supply, $48,00; Adomi (own A L«l«tJr«, $810.«3:A<*am».Ent«rprl»«. $27.45;; Adw«rll»trt; 
$238.00; Amtrleon Discount UnHorm, $275.82: Ain«riainDl«fr1etTd«grdph,J^164.00{: 
Amerlcon EKpHmi $2,M3,64; Am«»«rdain PrInlJng ft UiKo; $47.74; AnIloch Aufo P«t», 
$47.05; Apollo Por*qb1(iToll1li(lii' $1 .590.00; Aulomotic Ddia P^Milng. $1,991.40; Avonll 
Olflc* Producl*. $46.44; Alw«II.S«wr,S«ivle«, $85.00: ,Bdnk«r«:Llf» -ft ;CatiKillv. 
$21,460.98; L.BmII, $5,^79.47; BrftnlhgtAulP Pom. $8.77;, Birfibrd Chivroltt, $66:24; 
Bbtottn. Inc.; $318.15; Biilkr Auto Bck!/ Shbp;$323;32rB. Cor1»on.-$10.00;;C»dof Fojodi. 
$35.87: Channtl Pr««». $997.90; ChtinRIta-Prbdu^m; $1*^30; ChlcogO'RolItrS^ 
Co.. $113.06; Chicogo Turf ft lrrtoolloii.'$M.T6; R. CoHIni; $10,18a.00;,.Commonw«o1th 
Edison Co., $10,184.19; Cofifoliaetad Flf» Conlrol.* $78,20j . D. .Crltty; r$3l4.53;-R.E; , 
D«cKar, $200.00; Dalowar* Cooflngt. $107.40; Dlck't Mdrln«,S«rvlc*, $65.23;VJ. Dohr; - ,■ 
$4,880.70:,R.Dohr, $1,257.50; DuHt Rntouifarifi :$107.45r.Dyno-nia:Cofp.V$74.33; EogI* 
Food Stem, $2.06; I. E<lmufidtV$12S.0O; FbrmS FlMf,$50O.l4: V. f«utt. $9,589.61; FirtI 
Stat* Bofik of Rouhd,tokor$6«0.7t: B; Fd«dIekVrnc.V$61.37! GCSAA,-$I7.50: G.S. P«f 
Control, $30.00; Goinatimo. Inc., $33.14; Gottby'i of RonWobd, $69.28; Goodman Watt 
Eltclric Co.. $132.95: G6ody«drAufoS«fvtc*, $63.17: Graytlok«~FMdSalM;'$71.1.04; 
GrMtAmaricon Shirt Co., $236.00; H.O.D.DIipoul. $899.50: HaroM, $18.34; Hlncklvy ft 
Sdimitl. $694.06; HdlmaiPrblactlon of Illlnoli; $174M;'l.&.M. Corporallon,'; $291.00; 
. llllnoii Atwclofion of Pork Dlitrlctt; $1, 940.76; Tllinoti Bitll Tataphona. $4,595,65; lUtnolt. , 
PGA, $116.00; llllhott Pork. ft. Racraollon'Aatn., $3,651.90; IntarttotaTrbctor, $18.25; 
JohiiJocbb«.$30;00.C.;jurgahi, $65.52; K-M Prgdudi, $M.e5: Kbnkokaa tnduitriql 
Supply, $98.70; Korry Bros., $275.00; J, K6ch.^$4B7,59: Kfdy.lne., $406.84; ^KwIkKopy, 
$35.00; Loka County 'Clark, $4.00; Loka Counfy Fir* thipadbrs/Aisn:,' $15,00:lLQka 
County Mdnagatn'ant'Atiti;, $35.00; Lokia. County Racordar. $2.00;' Loka Fbratt Sloitdord . 
Station, $19,50: LokalondDith-lbuto'rt,Ue.97:LokalandPubllihan, $1,201.22:. tlbar- 
tyvllta Off lea Equlpmant, $210.00; LIbartyvltIa Lttnoustna. $150.00; long Loka lumbar, 
$86,57; Mouay Farguton, $14.79; M. Mothlo, $1,855.35: Meiar'tMotlarfallt,. $13.80; 
NRPA. $1:708,75: Hof'onol Inititut* on Porki ft Grounds, $35.00; Nollonol SoltSupply,: 
$423.00: Naws Sun, $87.36; North Shbra Round Tobla/ $25.00: Northam Illlnoli Gos, 
$3,130.72; Northaoitarn llllnolt Planning Commliilon. $154.00; O.G. Glott Co., $30,40; 
OK Popari, Inc., $314.55; OfllcaFurnUura Worahouta, $18.00; Ovarlioliar. Ftonnery ft 
Hoover. $4,1 14.00; PM Incorporolad, $9.95; Potson Sports, $13.50; J. Palerton, $125,00; . 
I Petrick, $31.88; M. Pelrlck, $6.38; Patty Cosh, $99.69; Pitney Bowat, $156.00; Poll- 
master of Rouiid Loka, $2,081.26; M. Pro'nKhka, $3,307^41; Pro Tech Photo, $5.25; P/o . 
Tek Security Syttemi. $40.00; Pr6fatstonol Educdlton Sytlamt, $97.00; Pronto ChatnlcoU ; 
& Equipment, $3.60; Quill Corporation, $112.71; Roclna Silk Scraar> printing,, $476,64; ■-. 
Ralph's Graenhouta, $246.50; Reed Rondla. Tractor," $64.00; R. Palmer. $7,504.50:' ':': 
Respond First Aid, $334'.90:Robbln3; Schwartz ft Nicholas, $36,00; J. Rock. $395.83; R. , 
. Roiek; $12,584:38: R. RomonI, $125.00; Round Loka Arao Chamber of Commarca; $65.00;' 
.Round Loka Fire Deportment. $240.00; Schalla Auto Ports. $243.39; Schwaab,. tnci, 
$31,00; Schwappa ft Sons, Inc., $36.00; J. Sallhtlmar, $33.60; Show Walker Compony 
$833,25; Simplex TlmaRacordar; $367.50; Singer Products, Inc., $308.10; D, Spencer, 
$147.39; Sports Awards. $4.06; Suburbdn Gos Sarvlca,'$793.75: Sunrlsa Offlca Supply., . 
$892.58; Swonson Petroleum, $4,599.43;. Ted V State. Una ServJca, $58.87; - Toy Tax . 
Novelty Co., $45,50; Transomarkon Ufa Insuronc* Co., $309.44; W. TumtC $18,929.63; 
Union Oil. $700.52: Von's Electric, $161.00; S. Varno, $4,373.61; Villoga of Round loka, 
$120.00: Vllloga of Round Lake Baoch, $498.30; Woukagon Welding Supply. $226.47: Wa 
Care, $20.00; 0. Wlllbarger, $125.00; I. Wlltbargar. $342.50; K. Winkallqka. $30:00: 
Winston Industries, $48.76; Wisconsin Lawn Sprinkler, $330.00. Poyroll Daductkans: . 
($2.30).; V '-^ . '■ , ■ .:.'- '■,.-■ '•<'■:■ 

tXPINDtnillSt$169.907.37— (2.30}-$169,905.07 
ENDINOCASHIALANCIt$34,835.57 . 
:^;; «iattAnOM FUNDI BaglnnlngCosh: $7,252.18 ; -Vri 

CASH RIVINUIt Proparty Tax; $66,745.36; Program Fees, $166,609.16; Cbncasslons, 
$3,7a6.79:Trot>sf ar to Corpdrota Fund,.($12,000.00); Brochure Ads, $5,360.00. 
TOTAL CASH RIVINUti $219,501:31 : 

CASHlXPiNOnURiS: A. Major Music, Inci, $196.20,: ABC Rental; $101.65; ABC 
School Supply, $81.29: ATftT. $13.37: AcaHQrdwora.$1i275.25: S. Adorns, $8.00: Ad- 
vertlsar, $200.30; All American Sports, $13,53; J. Allan, $531.18; J. Alsparger. $317:75: 
Altmon's Flower Box, $176,75: Amateur Softball AsinV,$500.00:- American Express. 
$27,60: American Red Cross, $141.00: Amartcon Youth Soccer Org., $593.25; G. 
Amlsloiil. $217.91; Associates in Humon Davelopm'ant, $85.00; Athletic Instlluta, $16.50; 
M. Ayola, $25.50:BSN Corporation, $300.35; Bodga A Mlnlt, $87.52; Bonkart Lifa ft 
Cosuolty Co., $1,068,64; Borrlngton Park 'District. $40.00; Beckley Cordy Company. 
$795.34-,y8aginnlngs, $20.00: 5. Benlnghous. $13.00: A. Bergh, $131.80; Bamord 
Chavrolat, $68.29; P. Boahm. $2,506.53: D; Brovl, $1,450.73; B. Brown, $352.50; A. ■ 
Brownlaa, $196.00; J. Buchanbargar. $3,171.60; Building Blocks, $54.85: G. BurchI, 
$75,00; CAEYC. $179.20: T. Collahon, $440.00; Com elot Music, $39.35: Coring ft Sharing 
Conference, $65,00; D, Carlson, $37.50: Cory Park District. $10.00: Central AAU. $65.00: 
Chain O Lokes Lumber. $58.00; Chonnal Press. $272.30; J. Chopman. $250.00; P. . 
Chapmbn, $400.00; Chem Rile Products, $36.65: Chicago Embroidery Co., $171 .82; 
Chicogo Hospital Supply. $55.98; Child Cora Information Exchonga, $20,00; Childrans 
Advocola. $12.00; Childcora Confaranca, $80.00; Chlldcrolt Education Corp., $1,047.05; 
Chuck E Chaasa, $170,25; Classic Prlntary, $67.95; Clubhouse, $19.45: L. Cola. $672.00; 
-R. Collls. $75.00: R. Collins, $3,811.14; Commonwaollh Edison, $32.79; H. Conkllng, 
$154.00; Cooks Picnic Grova. $101.50; P. Cost*llo, $844.15; Costume Gollary. $609.63;" 
Consolldotad Flra Control, $17.50; Cough Drop Productions, $350.00; Court Products. 
$9.99: Curtain Coll Costume,$327.75: Chicogo Trophy ft Award. $31.77; Donca Fashions.^ 
.Inc, $3,643,30: Donca OlympUs. $340,00: S. Oonko, $235,30; Dovit , Turf Products. 
-$20B.00:-Delavrtiia_CoallnQt. $201.09: D as Plolnas P ork DIslrlct. 150.00: DIot-A-Rlda. 
$68.'O0; Diamond G Sportswear. $197.28; J. Dietrich, $26.78; M. DohTr$6n«r42r — 
Dynomle Graphics, $1 32.30;. Eogle Food Store, $750,59; Early Learning, $201.57; Eby y 
-Brown Company. $15,30; G.-Edga, $88.00: S.EIIIott,-$233.83:R^Falls, $169.00; Form ftlSj 
Fleet, $86.50; Fina Costumes. $407.75; Flowers By Borboro, $105.00; Fox Volley Morking 
Systems. $1,372.00; S. Fyfa, $2,473.00; Gorrteiime, Inc, $105.37: Golsbys of Ranwood, 
S33.50: N, Geduldlg. $78.29; R. Gelst. $66.63; Ganessea Theotre. $280,00; Gold Madol 
Chicago. $120.45; L. Gonioles, $401.86; V. Goniolei, $6,70; W, Good. $293,77; Grond 
Sporting Goods, $421.80; B. Grovonder, $40.00; Graysloke Animal Hospital, $14.00; 
Groysioke Feed Soles, $11.80; Great Americo, $131.10; Greot American Shirt Co., 
$1,019.00: Great lakes Officials. $720.00; Green Meodows Farms, $119.00: K. Griffin. 
$10.71: K.O.D. Disposol, $195,50: S. Horgls. $916.00; Hawthorne Hills Stables. $310.00: 
Hoyden's Sports Canter. $2N:>a.l2; Heart Association of Lake County, $37,00; Hare's 
Chicogo. $132.00; Heritage Donee Theatre. $133.20; Holldoy Pork, $5.00; N, Horchar, 
.$23.50; W, Husemon, $1,974.30; I.D, Photo Solas. $107.60; Illinois Bell Talephone. 
$365.40: Illinois Kids Wrestling Federation, $450,00; Illinois Pork ft Recreation Assn., 
$805.81 : Imoglnollon Theatre, $190.00; J&A Handy Crafts, $31 1 .86; J. Jackson, $620,50- 
l. Jalfery, $276.00: O. Jensen. $37.50; Jawal Food Store, $10.00; S. Johnson, $462.00; C. ' 
Jones, $97.78; T. Jorgensan, $12.50; Joyce Bavarogas, $550.09; Jr. Football league of 
Illinois. $195.30: C. Jurgens, $13,891.44; K. Mort. $74.55; KM Products. $509.97; K 
Kolla, $76,38: Konkakee Industrial Supply, $174.97; Koplan's School Supply. $105,25; r 
Koy. $391:97; Adolph Keller ft Associotes, $39.77; R. Kell. $37.50; Ken's Speclolty Co., 
$336.13: M. Kits, $141.00; KIpp Brolhers; $225.60; M.Kolle. $210.84; R. Kolza. $55.00' C 
Korpon, $187.63; E. Koskl. $40.42; R: Kroly, $50.00; Kristof 's. $18,75; Kwlk Kopy, $16.20; 
loka County Foir Assoclotlon. $20.00; Lake County Forest Preserve. $20.00; lake Cook 
Form Supply, $1,602.08; Lokes Region Sonltary District. $123.00; Lokelond Impressions 
$467.25: Lakeland Publishers, $211.30; Lakeshore Curriculum, $359,64; loka Taochars 

Canter, $36.00; Lansing Sports Shop." $124.^1; N.'lostolko, $1,043.40; leflrnlna.-$12.96 

Lee Lilho ft Printing, $3,510.00; Laos Advance Theolricol, $114.40; M. Leusch, $150,00- 
Llbertvville Umoustna, $50,00; F. Loboro, $992,26; Long Loke lumber, $61.23; Lyons 
Inc., $49.99; M4N fnternolionol. $21.64; L. Maathar, $60.00; M. Molpada. $34 00; d' 
Morcinlok. $37.50; M. Mothlo, $328,00; P. Moiar, $108.00; McHenry Sond ft Grovel' 
$94.59; McHenry Umpires Association, $2,385.00; S. McKenile, $200,00; Matz Shaai 
_ Music World, $I2K39; J. Michalak. $37.50;. M, Miller, $50,00; Miller Solas, $71 39- 
Milwoukea Chaesa'Co., W64r4I;-Mllwoukaa Zoo,- $64;75: C-Motidor.-$222.50- H~ 
Motlnori. $12,650,00; J. Mollnorl. $552.54; M. Molinorl, $16.00; G. Monks, $7 374 73- j' 
Morris, $504,27; E. Mouletle, $3,012.57; NAEYC. $21.50; Nosco. Inc.. $113.64; Notlonol 
Faderolad Pobtlcatlons, $37.50; Nollonol Federation of Stole High School Aisn $19 00- 
D, Nkholls $141.00: Nix's lake County Pocking, $105.75; H. Noethllng. $95!63- Nor^ 
theastern Illinois Speclol Recreollon Assn., $200.00; Northern Illinois Gos $826 76- M 
iiiL, IIx*f^ilP' '^"*.'= Performonca Trust, $35.00; OK Poper, Inc.. $22.95; S. O'Connor' 
$275.00: L. Obenloek, $75,00; J. Ogorak. $120,00; Olsen Distrlbullng Co., $130 00- Oous 
' Recording & Equipment, $324,00; R. Ortli. $258.75; Polotlna Office Supply. $33 55 Polos 
Sports. $109.91: Park Pet Shop, $65:63; Posson Sports, $16.88; Perkup Coffee sirvlco 
$395.30: Pepsi Colo Bottlers, $653.00; Petty Cosh, $1,375.86; C. Petrick $386 58- j' 
Fetrlck. $38.89; M. Petrick. $90,54; Pino Hut.. $15.00; Player Sports. $445 30* piiK 
master, $3,669.53; Pro Am Teom Sporls, $11B.61;Pr6 KnItwooTT $195.00' Pro Sports 
-.ll^'l^l^O»°h%Trop>:'yj^U44JS;.QuW Corporation, $6.00; Rodio Shack, $84 80*^ 

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00.00: R, Ralmer, $10.00;, C. Rejmer. $30,40; Respond First Aid. $61.30; S. Rlsch] 



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IS210.CI0; J; Rode; S19;704.0&:.R(kk«nbcichCh«vrelar;$l29if 4: Round Loko Area Chamber 
lof CcMnnHKC«^(SlO:00,-^ur)d:t(ik4»-Ar*a Scfiooli, $1,T7B.S0; JamM Row«,'$2(».67; ' 
ll^tk^ Rerw«;|e9e.2d; RudtBTrophy, $I;339.22; J: RumfoW, ttO.OO; R. Rummel. $126.00; - 
IF. Rufch*k;;f2S.00:.RiilhGrophicf^ $6,007.75: SAB, Incj, $225.00; SaSAHt A Crofit, 
|$154.S4;.SRA WZi: $100 00; D. :Solrnoa.; $453.52; E. Solmont. $37.50; .SontbVVllloger 
1 $244.00; Sonfo Sporli.' $266.00; Soro U*; $19:45; J, Saltw fy, $26:00; Schetl* Aulo Parti. 
$4 .74; R.\ Schmtdt/: $75.00; O.: Schneider, $121 : 50: 5chix)t Age Notei,> $55.20; School 
Heallh'Sti|)p(yi:$t55.23:.:H;Se|deh,»$3.1 22.70: G. Sellhetmer; $29:40; Sight A Sound' 
IScrMn Pr1n1«ra', $142.00; 'M; ; Sirnmel, $776.91 i T. Sillier, $85.50; Shock Ihduttrles. 
I$2I9.06; S; Sheriff. $45,501 Schw*pp« A Sent, $8.60; SmDh't Produce Form, $178.75; T. 
ISchyMbke;$37.S0;Sn(tt:Manufocturing, $110.50; Soc^^er USA;:$128.10: D. SoboteWiki, 
$72.00: D, Spencer. $l6.464:18r;Sport«Awords; $600.75; ^rtlngWhlrl, $69.27; Stepping 
Tones:R*cordt,:$75;00;7Ar1 Stone a Co:, $r.e82.96; J. Stumpf, $50.00; T: Srbka, $77.00: 
Sunny Grbve'Julc*, $81100; Sunrlte Office Supply, $316.28; Swaiiion Petroleum; $286.99; 
B. Seponlk,*$25.50;Toffy'f; $94.35; Talking Teei. $825,90; m: Te»ch, $63.77; P. Thelen. 
$42.75:^'ni'«t«n;R«ody Mix, $58.29; Toy Tex Novel ly Co., $85.10; Toys to Grow On, 
$1l9.45f Tranwrncrteon life !n».. $41.14; Trbphlef. By B«rkobee..$13.73;R. Turner. 
$165.00; Typoigraf ice; Inc., $1 ,275.00; Unton.Otl Co., $150.24; United Viiuol Aid>, $87.00; 
Urban GoteWoyi; $160.00: V-C Supply Co., $27.00: D.Vonderkoby, $|6.S0; Vanguard 
Crafts: lnc;^$239.66: DI Velt; $30.00; .Vltale Firework* pitploy Co., $2,500.00: S. Voyktn, 
$427.00: R: Word; $300.00: Wouconda. Orchards; $14.00: J. White,-$S0.OO; Willow Tree 
Laundry;'$12i25;K.:Wlnkellake. $150.00; L. W1 1 Iberger, $20,028.98; J. Wodrlch. $176.00; 
R..Wor«lell,>$6.e92.63: Xeroifi $2,335.35; O. Varii; $483.25; P. Yotei, $470.00; L. Zettler. 
$313.22:R;Zulker. $3,148.51. TaTALfXPtNDITURf$t$2l6^60l.85. 
1 1NDINdCAtH lALANat $I0,151;64 

POUCirUND:BegtnhlngCdth:$7.611.il' ~-^ •"- - 

CA$H SlVOIIflt Property Taxet, $22,236.79 
TOTAL UVmUl: $22,236.79 

CA$H IXMNDiniRfSr Action Tire, $106.65; J. Allen; $870.51 ; G. Amitlonl, $1 ,376.86: 
I AttociatM Copllol Service, $3,257.70; BBP Bureau of Budnett Proctice, $131 .40: Bernard 
Chevfolel,'.$9.66: R. Geitt; $I.360:42: A. Harriott, $172.13; C. Jonet. $828.77; Kale 
Uniform, $14^i12; V. Komaichko, ($41.52); E. Koiki, $2,160.40; Loke County Chief of 
Police Attn.: $20.00: Lake County Sheriff 't [>epartmant, $60.00: L. Nordlund, $386.76; 
Poge America, $25.22: C. Pelrick, $7,661.70; Petty Cash, $12.45; Rogers Rodio Com- 
munkotlon, $400.32: R.Rolek. $4,147.46: D. Sallnos, $1,525.79;. Schelte Auto Ports, 
$45.44; South Shor« Radio, $24.00; Swonson Petroleum, $831:49; M. Tesch. $879.68; 
Xerox,$7l:50.TOTALIXPINIHIITII$:$26,469.11 • - 
I ENOtNOCA$HlAUIHar$3,37e.79 

IN$UMIICirUMDf Beginning Cosh: $3,335.83 

CASH MVmUEt Properly Taxes. $32,158.24; CASH IXPINDtTUBISi A.J. Gallagher, 
$11,747.42: Director of Labor, $9,004.89; PDRAAA, $17,771.88: TOTAL IXPENDITURIS: 
$38,524:19. INDINO CASH lALANCl! ($3,030.12) 

AUDIT iUNCH: Beginning Cosh: $2,568.11: CASH REVIHUI: Property Taxes, 
$2,215.30. CASH IXPiNDITURiSl Dom, Snal) A Tovefme, $2,425.00. INDtNO CASH 
■AlAMaU$2,35e.'41. : 

lUINOIS'MUHiaPAl RETIRIMENT njND; Beginning Cosh: ($3,413.98). CASH 
nvmUi: Property Taxes. $49,578.31: Replacement Tox, $666.87. TOT At CASH 
■fVIHUIt $50,245.18. CASH : IXKNDITURiS: Illinois Municipal , Retirement Fund, 
:$47,355.50; INMNa CASH BALANCIt ($524,30). IJ ._ _^ _ : _ _ ^ ^ ^ _ _ 
— BOHD AND INTIXiST FUND: Beginning Cash: $254.031 .00. CASH ilVtNUirPrbperty 
Toxe*. $503,630.96: Trbntfer ($8,501.21). TOTAL CASH liVINUIt $495,129:75, CA$H 
-iXPiNOmiliSl Harris Trust ft Sovings Bank. $454,548.75; Grbysloke Noliona) Bonk, 
$30,154.00. TOTAL CASH IXKNDtTURIS: $484,702.75. <SND1MO C^SH 
'■ALAHCIl$264,456.00.'^^' 

WORKINO CASHFUND: Beginning Cash: $46,840.90. INDINO CASH DALANCS: 
$46,840.90 '■'■' ' ^ -^ ■ . "-. 

SJTl AND CONSfRUCnON FUND: Beginning Cash: $109,653.21. CASH RCVINUEt 
Proceeds from Moles; $420,246.87; Proceeds frorn Gronis, $30,000.00; Donollons, 
$150.00: Tronsfers; $23,501.21; Miicelloneous, $6,055.10. TOTAL CASH REVENUE: 
$479,953.18. • ■ 

CASH BXPfNDITURESl A Tire Gsunly. Service, $64.00: ABC Manufacturing, $105.73; 
Ace Hardware; $1.341 .06; Acme Brick ft Supply, $1^.20; Adams Bros. Steel Service, 
$3,062.48; Adele's ol Hollywood. $131.05; Aero-Metric Engineering, $3,050.00; All 
Arnerlcon Sports Center, $200.00; American Discount Uniforms; $529.03; American Red 
Cross, $65.00; ATftT Inlormolibn System, $268.15; Paul. Avery, Inc.. $1,037.00; Brent- 
wood Enterprises, $793.58;- Beuhler Memorioli, $221.20; Builders Plumbing Supply, 
$38.66; CojpobleConkreteV $5,360.00: Chain O Lakes morlna; $340.85; Chain O Lokes 
Plumbing, $923.00; Chem Rite Products, '$414.64; Chlldcroft Education, $373.82; R. 
Collins; $1,515.73; Commonweallh Edison, $636.00; R.E. Decker, $10.00; Delaware 
Coatings, $296.78; Dick's Morln(<^rvtce. $8,444.68; V. Faust, $6,864.68; Fischer Bros, 
bmstructton, $1.743.74:' Fox UkiTCanvos Shop, $1,045.50; H. Frondsen, $169,177.56; 
Ben Frankim^SloFes, $148.20; Gometlme'. Ine:.; $8,388.66; Goodman West Electric, 
$309.65; Goodyear Service Center. $638.00: Greol Lakes Fire ft Safety, $437.04; Gresls 
Sod Ranch; $140.00; Hoyden's Sports Center. $1,494:14; Kepner Excavating, $52,786.80; 
Hoffman Graphics, $51.50;, Hoover Wafer Well Service, $1,750.00: Instrument Sales 
Corp.. $505.21; Jo Ann. Fabrics, $76.24; Jordon Golf Cars, $1,015.00; KftW Electric, 
$4,021.50; Kale Uniforms, $159.89; Cake Cook Form Supiply. $2,673.78; Uke County 
Radio Department, $1,534.50; Lokeland Publishers, $130.61; landscape Controctors of 
llllnots. $13,535.50; Lohmonn Golf Designs. $9,000.00; Long lake Lumber. $627.73; Paul 
May ft Sons, $7,444.40; Meier's Moslerbllt. $10,549.00; Menard Agri Builders. 
$19,397.07; Miller Soles, $929.99; Mlrocte Recreolktn Equipment. $12,739.00: Motorola, 
Inc.. $90.00; North Chicago lumber Cbmponv, $1,327.14; O.G. Gloss. $1,234.10; Otiice 
Riniture-Worehouse. $641.79; Olseti Oisrlbutlng, $399.46; Overfwiser, Flonnery ft 
Hoover, $4,744.00; PCA Indtislries, $1,416.78; Paulsen Povlng. $8,836.33; Petty Cosh, 
($63.93}:PHney Bowet.$922.»: Professional Tree Service, $150.00; Pro Tek Swnirity 
Systems, $139.00; Quality ifKlustries7$3.7l6.00: Quill corporation. $36.95: RftS land- 
jtrapkig, $3.7S3.0(^, Reed Raodle Tractors. $1,610.18; Sally. Reese ft Assockites, 
$3,899.05; Rlcfutfd Roiek, $89.00: Robert Rotek. $24,884.69; Rooney Consul lonis, 
$1 1 .657^0: Round lake Areo Schools, $3,000.00; Schelle Auto Ports, $12.91 ; R. Schultit. 
$2.0?BJ»:Jeor»Jtoeb«Kh.ja06.69iJ&._Se»he}mer. $17.799.20: Sko kle Valley As phaU. 
I $2,242.00; Snap On Tods. $69.19: Sorensen Chevrolet. $15,533.36; D. Spencer, 
$1,621.17; Storm Proof Window Compony. $174.06; Structurol Controctors, $445.00; 
Sunrls* Off k« Supply; $395.48: Team CheVrotet, $117467.36; ThiieH Ready Mlx7 $278.00: 
Van's Qectrlc. $1,727.10; Woukegon Blue Print, $96.79: Wausau Tile, $3,099.00; D.G. 
Weber Exeavotlng. $139.00; Howard White ft Associates; $3,795.90: T. Wienti, $350.00; 
K. Winkelleke, $45.00; Wisconsin Lawn Sprinkler. $216.68: Wisconsin Turf Equlpemtn, 
'-.950.00: Wotohan Lumber Company, $1 .378.22. TOTAL tXRiNIHTU«($t $496,888.69. 
CASH lALANOb $93,717.70 
PAVINO JIHO LNHniNO PUNOs Beginning Cosh: ($935.81). CASH RIVtNUit. 
roperty Taxes; $4,419.74. CMH IXPfNOmiRSIl Commonweallh Edison Compony, 

1.030.48. TOTAL ;CASH IXMNOiniRSSt - $1,030:48. IHDINO CJLSH ■ALANCIl 
'.499.45. 

RINWOODOOtf COURSIt Beginnbig Cosh : $30,961 .79 

CASH ^HIVINllIt.Seoson^Poues.. ^,060.00: Dally Fees, $143,921.50; Ten Pkiy 

'osses, $660.00; Pro Sfwp Soles, $33,947.60; Cart Rente ls, $ 73,161.00: Food Service, 

,i 42.96; ■ .Drf«4ng ' Range,: $1 1 .617.40: CotKeukms, $967.00: . DoiHitkms. $73.05; 

elloneous Rentols, &.596.30; Lessons, $3,069.00; Outing Deposits. $2,048.00: 

ronsfer ($30,000.00): MIscelkineous. $61 4.68; TOTAL CASH RiVINUit $396,918.79. - 

CASH RXMNDITURnt.A Tiro County Servke, $383.50; A8C Rental, $13.25: A.C. 

line Corp., $337.54; ATftT (nformotion ^tems. $761 .97: AbotI UOn. $80.00; Ace 

ardwore, $1, 773.93; -AcuslirMt Compony, $1,734.06: Adoms'Bros; Steel, $76.93; Ad- 

irtiser, ^.00; Aero-Metrk Engineering, $930.00: J. Allen. $23.38:'Amertcon Discount 

Uniforms, $198.53; Amerlcon Olslrlct Telegroph. $128,00; American Express, $468.24; G. 

Istoni, $386.34: K. Angellbttl, $938.00; Anllodi Auto Ports, $37.56; Apollow Porioble 

ilefs.'R70.00; Aureus, Ltd., $1,103.61; Paul Avery. Inc., $753.44; BftM &ilerprlses, 

.^i^BonkersJLIte ft Casual ty^.SlK54; BomloH Trovel, $534.00: L. Beoll. $5,146.15; 

oc Graphics, $1S9.75rBlancotonos Restaurant; $80.00: Bookleggerr$63n6rBoyseh' 

pony,' $4,373.00; R. Brogllo, $40.00; E. Brown. $64.00; Browning, Inc. 

6.28;Buccaneer Manufacturing, $995.16;- Builders Plumbing Supply, $39.60; Burris 

uipment, $171.15; Byungdon Corp., $380:03; G. Bereiter, $19,034.00: Carter Hoffman 

mpqny, $16.00; B. Carlson, $556.03; Certified Golf Handicop, $969.50; Chonnel Press, 

" 55; Choln O Lakes lumber, $169.43; Choirt O Lakes Plumbing, $199.44; Chem Rite 

oducts, $789.40; Chicago Turf ft, Irrigation, $4,341.61; Cloverdote, $273.43; Clovey 

uth benefit, $75.00; Li Cole,-$669.46;ArihurX!f«en,Jnc„ $2,207.85; ConnmonweoHh 

Iton. $14,094.45; Consolidated Rre Control, $121.70; M. ContT, '$28.00; S. Cosco, 

.00; Creative Awards, $472.09;. .Custom Croft Golf Corp., $450.15; V. Cossiano, 

76.00: M. Chomberioln. $354.00; Benlomin Pott American legion, $30.00; K. Bemli, 

.75; Lilly Doche, $1, '406.19; Daiwo Golf Company, $972,37; Damoges ($439.83); D. 

y. $160.00; Doyton Stencil. $436.13: Delaware Cootlngt, $226.75; Devonl. Ltd.; 

31.45; Desler. Inci, $3,666.02; Dunlop Tire 5 Rubber, $3,301.25; EndlcotI Johnson. 

.266.48: Elonlc, Inc., $1,311.98; faniteol. $50.00; Form 4 Fleet. $661 .87; Farrenkopf 

signs, $75.87; V. Faust. $10,692.73; J, Ferguson, $22.00; Flare's Restaurant, $28,00; 

si Stale Bank of Round lake; $13.00; Film Comm., $22.75; Foot Joy; Inc., $S1;I9; B. 

idick, $35.45: d: Fox; $24,00; Fo'xlake.Offlce^upply. $16.32; Fox Valley Systems. 

24 .00; E. Foxx, $40.00;flnkbinder Equipment) $742.90; H. Frenzer. Inc.. $547.50: GTO, 

16.63; Boris Gorys AliTO* Electric, $229.15: Galiby's of Renwood. $1,582.20; Geon- 

ordt; Inc.. $7L.Q0LjalphjGehrtB_Enter|irlses; $2,912.60; M. Glelsner, $25.00; Golf 

urse Supt. Asi n.; $663.35; Goodman West E[ecf7r$r44r48rGbodyear Service Centerr 

20.64; Grandwood parit Booslers.'$36.00; GroyslokeChomberbf Commferce, $166.00: 

oyslokeFeed Soles.' $459.82; GroyslokeNollonol Bonk, $30.00; Greet Lokes GoK Bail 

mpanV; $104.34;' Grower Equipment ft Supply; $210,65; H.O.D; Disposal, $393.40: 



Handy Ar\dy Home Center, $144.89; Horris inlemotionol, $72.27; W. Hart, $606.38; 
Hartford Chemical, $66.86; Y. Hoynes, $3,498.00; B. Heinz; $24.00;, Hendrtckson tree 
Experts. $160.00; A. Herriolt; $14.88; Hlllerlch ft Brodsby. $18.13; Hinckley ft Schmitl. 
$335.12; D. HIpps, $1,076.25; L. Kaynes. $20.00; Holiday Inn, $172.35; Ben Hogan 
Compony. $1,542.63; R. Hook, $443.88; Hoover Woter Well Service, $368.00; G. Horn, 
$154.00; Hornungs Golf Soles, $153.41; llllnots Bell Telephone. $1,984.15; lltlnoli 
Department ol Revenue, $2,168.04; tlllno'ls lawn Equipment, $121.58; industrial Leaiing 
Corp:; $9,786.24; inlerconllnentol FInonclal, $368.76; Inlemotionol Hough-Dreiter. 
$76.00; Interstole Battery, $660.00; Izod. Inc., $1,04^.86; JAK tnd. Supply, $55.28; J.W. 
Marriott, $1,054.80; C. Jockton. $28.00; Lynn James, Inc., $370.73; S. Jonsky, $19. 171 .43; 
Joys. Inc.. $10.32; L. Johnson, $127.40; C. Jonos, $21 .25; Jones Sporti Company, $29.37; 
Jordan Gotf Cars, $784.27; M. Jorgon ten, $293.13; Jorgensen Company, $306.18; Joyce ' 
Beverages, $286.00; Korslen Mfg. Co., $700.52; I. Keefe. $40.00: R. Keller, $2,720.91; W. 
Kerst«n, $787.64; T. Knoll, $2,800.00; J. Koch, $300.00; Koeunes Flowers, $300.34; E. 
KoskI, $86.64: A. Kraft, $1,818,00; Krohn's Karl Koterlng, $6,971.09; Kwlk Kopy Priming. 
$79.45; lake Cook Farm Supply, $5,368.59; Lake County Management, $20.00: lakeland 
Distributors, $351,32; Lakeland impressions, $31.00; Lakeland Publis hers. $150.10; 
LoMode Du Golf, $53.15; J. Landwehr $792.00; R. Lawrence, $276.00; Leber Signs. ' 
$138.00; Lakes Bowl, $60.00; Lee's Enlerprites. $7.50; N. Llepztg, $60.00; T. Lemke, 
$i;3l4.9l; Lesco; $3,452.57; Liberty Auto Ports, $16.00; Limerick Lounge, $80.00; Local 

'1643 UAW, $100.00; Long Lake Lumber, $507.60; Lub Oils, inc., $59.90; K. Modden, 
$935.00; Modiion Bionics, $282.30; P. Magllone, $200.00; Motsey-Ferguson, $6.96; 
Master Charge, $280.00: Mateo Tools, $74.95; McHenry Sand S Grovel; $347.43; Meier's 
True. Value, $495.97; Merchants Cosh Register, $2)1.00; Midwest Golf Course Supt. 
Assn.. $55.00; C. Miles; $346.00; D. Miller, $22,673.28; R. Miller, $189.26: D. Molidor, 
$757.00; G. Morgan, $120,00; Mutual Truck Ports, $29.65: Nolionol Golf Foundolion, 
$100.00; NotlonalSalt Supply, $423.00; News Sun, $1,454.98; Nix's Lake County Pocking, 
$79.90; L. Nordlund, $566.00 ;C. Martin; $401. 26; North Suburban Waler Works, $100.00; 
Northern Illinois GasV $5,081 ,66; E. Novak, $2,889.60; Novelty Putters, inc., $24.34; 
Olson Oil Company, $20.00; Overhoiser, Flonnery & Hoover, $77.00; PGA Golf, S9S5.03; 
C. Poddock, $699.13; W. Peyton, $10,775.10; Pederson GMC, $30.52: Peterson Sand & 
Gravel, $92.16; C. Pelrkk. $248:45; Palty Cash. $375.43; Pegle by the Seo, $46.60; 
Precision Tool Products, $102.00; Profattlonol Bags, Inc., $413.40; Professional Golfers 
Assn., $363.00; Pro Tek Security System'): Si. '880.00: Quollty Trophy, $134.00; Quantum 
Sportswear, $39.09; Quill Corporolfon, $10.87; D. Qulnn. $12,335.79; Rolph's 
Greenhoute, $296.50; Rom Golf Corp., $1,458.48; Rebors & Steel Co., $100.00; Reed 
Rondle, $395.92; W. Relchardt, $1,957.13: M. Reynolds, $3,462.01; N. Reynolds, 
$1,260.00; R; Remperl, $2,868.00; Ram Rentals, '$110.00: .Rainbo>v Corpet Cleaning, 
$315.00: J. Renehon, $527.63; Rich Personals, $170.35; Round Lake Beach Police Codets, 
$40,00: Round lake Area 5choolsV$25.00,-'Ro;^nd lake Area Fire Dopartmeni, $240,00; J. 
Runkia, $1,414.96; SSO's Tolking Tees. $31.00; D. Salinas, $3,663.63; Schelle Auto Ports, 
$1,073.35; J. Schoffer, $378.00; R. Schutiz, $1,767.09; S. Shorrock, $40.00; Sigma Chi, 
$120.00; Snap On Tools. $9.45; j. Sommeriield, $1 ,736.00: Sounder Sports, $926.41; B. 
Stegmon, $180.00; Spouldlng, Inc., $708.85; E. Spychefa, $24.00: Suburban Gai Go., 

, $206.25; Sun Mountain Sports, $177.34; Sunrise' Office Supply, $190.75; R. Sweeney, 

'.$3,657.50; Swanson Petroleum, $5,298.54; J. SzymonskI, $15.00; Synnestvedl Garden 
<enter. $209.79; Seaboord Pencil, .$358.40; Service Dynomlcs,''$256.34; Respond. First 
Aid, $64.30; Round Lake Area Chomber of Commerce, $65.00; St. Andrews Lutheran 

_ Church, $24.00; J. Schoffer. $204.00; Singer Products, $22.83; Stewart WOmer, $48.00; 

Taylor Mode Golf Co., $203. 60r Thompson Golf Club CoTT $35.20; J, Thomas, $12.00; R.-^ 
Tho'rby, $654.00; Total Image, $35.00; Troniomerlcan Ins. Co.. $147.92; D. Trumpulls. 
$616.00; P. Turner, $3,732.00;-W. Turner, $6,253.33; Typogrofles Inc., $19.50; UPS, 
$127.t6;.Von's Electric. $56.20; R. Veil. $386.93: Vllloge of Round Lake Beach, $1,174.69; 
Vinyl Repair Unlimited, $186.00; Vogue Printers, $513.00; Waukegan Blue Print, $1 19.00; 
Woukiegon Federation of Musicians, $60.00; Waukegan Welding, $47.72: O. WoWr- 
zynlok, $1,745.66; D.G. Weber Excovatlng, $220.00; Scott Mfg., $83.15; Welniz Fairway 
Fleet Service, $567.98; West End Healing &Air Conditioning, $19.00; Howard White & 
Associoles, $889.00: Wilson Sporting Goods. $1,565.94; L. Wiltberger, $6,652.97; 
Wisconsin Turi Equipment. $156.42; Witiek Golf Supply. $416.47; B. Wojtarowicz, 
$944.00; Xerox. $120.10; D. Yoris, $200.00; W. Yopchick, $75.00. 
TOTAL BXPlNonURES: $31 6, 1 1 8.32 
INDINO CA$H BALANCE: $3,763.22 
. $PEa AL RECUATION FUND: Beginning Balonte: $-0- 
CASHRIVIHUI:$-0- 

CASH IXPfNDITURlSi Special Recreation, Inc. $28.00.- - ^ - 

TOTAL IXPfNDITURlS: $28.00. ' (3! .• 

iNDINO CASH B ALANCI: ($28.00)^ ^ 
' I, Ronald R. Roman!, being first duly sworn on oath, depose and stole that I am the 

• Treasurer of the Round lake Area Park District, that the foregoing itotement as to sold 
District of oil monies received, from what source, giving item and all monies paid out, to 
whom paid and the amount, is for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1985. 

■ Ronald R. Romoni; 
'• . Treasurer 

SubscrtbedandsvrarnbefbremathlsSlhdayof August, 1985, i -.- '- ■a'^' 

Wilmo Turner, 
Nortory Public 



distonce of 152.15 feet 
fo a point in the Norih ' 
Bonk of creek; ihence 
westerly along the nor- 
th bank of sold creek a 
distance of 100.64 feel 
west pf the west line of 
Stole Route 83; thence 
North parallel wilh iha 
west line of State Rouie . 
83. o diitonce of 142.78 
feet, more or lets, to 
Ihe South line of Center 
Street; thence east 
along the south line of 
Center Street to the 
point of ' beginning, 

-commonly—known -- as 
the southwest corner of 
Borron Boulevard 
(Stole Route 03) in Lake 
County, Illinois. 
Also knbwri ■ 

/Groysloke Shell, 2 
Borron 



Round Lake Area Pork District 
916W. Rollins Rood 
Round Lake Hts., 11 60073 



August 15/1985 
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TAX DEED NO.: 63 TX 46 

TAKiHOnCI 

TO: Adls«4i J. FellerT Mbirgaret Fetter and UNKNOWN 
OWNERS or parties IntereslM. 



COUNTY OF LAKE, STATE OF ILUNOIS 
-Dote pren)tsesSoki:-DecembecJ3,.19e3- 



CERTIFICATE NO.: Book 416, Porcel 01044 
— Sold for Gerterol Toxes of (yeorl 1 982 



Sold for Special Atsetsmeni of (municipality) N/A 

Warrant No.: None 

insf.No.:Nofte 

THIS PVOnRfT HAS iSm SOU) 

rOR DIUNOUpiT TAXn^ 

■ Pro^wfy LoCBnfl st ftXiRi Novf h Pwv PmcOi An* 

ttodit Illinois MStS ofhorwtoo kiwwm «i A trtonguior 

povtol of load hoiwJei by Parli Maco on tbo South 



ttu by Psrii Court on tbo Hot lli Wfosl 
"Pnrv" In Antlodi TewmMp. Inlto Ceun- 

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1 Descrlptton or fmaimnm nt tntmn No.t tl'lt. 
41S461 ■ 

^ ^ LiOALDISaBniONRIOIR 

The "Park" lying South Eosteriy ol. Park Court in 
Felters Soulhvlew Subdivision of port of the North East 
Quorter of South Eosi Quorter ond port of the North ■ 
Eosi Quorter of the North West Quarter of Ihe Seuih 
Eost Quorter of Sectton 12, Township 46 North, Range 
. 9, Eosi of Ihe Third. Principal Merulon, occordlng to 
the plot thereof recorded July 21, 1936 os Document 
283117 in Book "Q" of Plats. Poge 6 ond 7 in lake 
Counly, Illinois. 

This notice is to odvlse'you that the above property has 
Iwen sold for del ihqueni ' toxel ond ihol Ihe period ol, 
redemption from the sole will expire on December 12. 
1985. 

This notice Is also to odylte you thai a petition f>as been 
filed for a tax deed which will transfer tills and the right 
lo possettlon of ihit properiy if redemption Is not mode 
on or before December 12; 1985. . 
__ This matter isjiel_for hearing in Ihe Circuit Court of Ihls 
county In Wbukegan, Illinois, on December! 3.1 985, 9:00" 
A.M., Room 401. You moy be present at this heoring.bul 
your right to redeem will hove already expired ol that 
time. : ■ T 

YOU ARE URGED TO REDEEM IMMEDIATELY 
TO PREVENT LOSS OF PROraiTY 
Redemption con be mode ol any lime on or before 
December 12, 1985 by applying to the County Clerk of : 
Lake County. Illinois at the County Courthouse in 
Waukegan, Illinois. ~ 

For further Information contact iheCounty Clerk 

Sally D.Colfelt, 
' Clerk of Ihe Circuit Court. 

-^— f . .-■ ^ . . 19tKJudlciol Cirrult,- 

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August 15. 22. and 29, 1985 

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-UtAAL- 

Notice is hereby given 
thot the Zoning Soardof 

.Appeals ol jhe_Village_of 
Groysloke, Illinois will 
hold o public heoririg in Ihe 
Community R<»om of the 
Police ' Deportment 

"Gliding— 0|-1 91 "Howrley- 

LStreel^on _ September^3.. 
1985 at 7:30 P.M. or as 
soon ihereofter os said 
tieoring con be reocfied on 
the ogendo for purpose of 
considering o petition from, 
&fward Kovorko for o 
vorioTKe from Section 303 
Lot oreo, yard ond bulk 
requirements In all zones 
of the Groytlake Zoning 
Ordinonce. The vorlonce to 
the front yard set bock 
requirement In the. 
General Business Zone to 
oilow ttie constructkjn of o 
gasoline pump Island 
oonopy to withing tw5.(2) 
feet of Ihe east property 
.llne.ond to vvithln forty- 
four (44) feet of the riorth 
property line and o vorlon- 
ce to Section 209 

. Miscellaneous Require- 
ments. . ■ 

— rCr~Yard and building set 
back exceptions: . I.'K. 
Island and pumps 
of ihe Groysloke Zoning^ 
Ordinance to allow the' 
gasoline pumps ond , Is* 
londt to be located to 
within twelve (12) feet of 

..the eajl. property. line for. 
said. . real estate being 
described as: r 

That port-' ol Ihe 
soulhwest quarter ol 
the soulheatt quarter 
of Section 26, Township 
45 North, Range 10. 
East of the Third Prin* 
cipol - Meridian, 
described as follows; 
Beginning ol ihe in- 
tersection of the south 
line of Center Street 

~artd*lhe"wott~llne-of 

' State Route S3; thence 
South along the West 



t» 



iisdoy, August IS, 1965- 



Line of Stole Route 83 o 



as 

South 
Boulevard, 
Groysloke; Illinois 60030. 
. All inleresled parties 
ore invited to attend said 
hearing and be heard If so 
desired. 

Doted at Groysloke. 

Lake County, Illinois this 

15th day of August, 1985. 

ChorlesEIden, 

Chairman 

Zoning Board of 

^peols 

' ' ' August IS, 1985 

• — UGAi— 

ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME CERTIFICATE 

STATE OF lUINOIS, 

COUNTY OF LAKE, ss 

This 1$ lo certily that Ihe 

undersigned is conducting 
and. transacting . o livery 
business in • said Counly 

' and Stole under, the name 

. -Of . A .Jomes of Chicago at 
ihe following post office 
dddresses: 101 Hillside 
Court, Fox Lake. IL 60020 
thof the true and reol full 
names . of all persons 
owning, conducting or 
tronsocting such .business, 
with .the respective post- 
olllce address of each, ore 
OS lollow: 

NAME: Myron Stoller 
POST-OFFICE, ADDRESS: 
2300 Lincoln Pork West, 
Chicago, lllihoii 60614. 

Doled this day of^uly, 
A.p.19e5; Myron Stoller 
STATE OF ILUNOIS, 
COUNTY OF LAKE, ss 

1; Morris G. Dyner, a 
Nolory Public in and for 
said County and State, do 
' hereby certify that Myron 
Stoller personally, known *_ 
to me to be the some 
person whose name is 
subscribed to the 
foregoing inslrumenl. 
oppeored before me this 
day in person ond 
ocknowledged Ihol he has 
reod ond .signed said in- 
slrumenl ond ihot the 
slotemenis therein con- 
tained, and each thereoi; 
are true. 

■_. Morrti G. Dyner. 

Notary Public. 
My commission expires 
on the 6th day ol August, 
A D. 1986 

- RECEIVED July 25 .-1 985 

_lindo lanuii Nets, 
lake County Clerk 
August 15. 22. and 29, 1985 
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STATlOrUiHOIS 
COUNTTOfLAiaUM 
IN THE COKUIT COURT 
or THl 1«TH JUmOAL 

cmcunr. ljuci county. 

miNOIMN FRORATi. 

In tfte matter of ' ttie 
Estate of JEANNETTE 
NIELSEN, Deceosod.- 

- No.e5P-606. 

CLAlMNOnOi 
Notice Is . ghren of the . 
death of JEANNEHE 
NIELSEN, of Inoleside. - 
Illinois, letters of oKlce , 
were issued on August 6, 
1985. to Robert Eberien, 
6021. North Wotcott. 
Chlngo. Illinois 60660, 
. vvtiose o ttome y Is Chu r- 
"cHIIl, BoumgbrtneT ft"" 
Phl1t1|». Ltd., P.O. Box 284. 

- Groystoke, Illinois 60030. 

Cloims agolnst the 

Estate, may be filed in the 

office of tne Qerk of Ihe 

Court at 18 Norih County 

Courthouse, Waukegan, 

-^IlllnoIs: 60085 or - with 

representative, or" both, 

wllhln 6 months from the. 

date of issuance of letters 

and ony claim not . filed 

within that period Is 

. barred. Copies of a claim 

filed with the. Oerk must 

- be moiled or. delivered to 

'the representotlve ond lo . 

. the attorney wllhln 10 doys 

. ofter it has been filed. 

Robert Eberien 

■ • ' ■ Representative 

. ... JohnT.' Phillips- 

.Attorney 

Aug, 15,22, ft 29. 1985 

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Cash on Hand July V, 1984 . - . ,;" 

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"■ Taxai , ■ . ■ ■ . , $ 

Fln*B 

Copy Machine Receipts . 
Damaged or Lost Books . 
Gronl- ■■■-,> 
Jnferest^--. '■ ■ 
Miscellaneous. ;;-:' 

totAlrkeipts 

total receipts and balance - 

OlSMiKSIMINTS; ^ 

c; Salterlet and Employee Benefits: 8. Pfonnkuche, $24,161.36: 
S1SJ29.64; C. Gockle, K503.31;O.luI, $259,50;, S 



169.436.53 
4,043.78 
7,330.13 
o: 715.06 
11.463.94 
19,800.88 
1;169.83 



213,960.15 
437.677.16 



A. Brennon, ' 
Mitchell, $177.00; R. Johnson, 
$17.6».59; G. Wirti, $8.161 .73; M. Yngve. $6.439.9S:C.Wnsge. $7,768.50; M.A. Rondle. 
$3^44;64rN.^Strdetir$h354.35; M. Wisdomr$1.755.29i-M.^Mondlr$54.33^Si Roymond,- 
$261.02; B. Boetcher. $2,783.54. Health Insurance to North SuburiMn library System,: 

,/-$3,9i8.93. ■;'■■■"■.)■■ ^■.- :■.-■-.; : -■..•■■■.■ 

Ubrsry Materlflis: A.G, Bell Assoc, for the Deaf. $12.95: ADA, $2.00: AGS. $47.00; 
Allied Book ft Educotionol Resources. $407.00; American Cftomber of Commerce,- $75.00;.' 
American "PiMiUifalion 'of Stoio, County- S Municipal Employees. $1.00; Amerlcon 
Heritoge, $61-95; American Library. Assoc. $22.79; Aodte Buff. $360.35; Baker 8, Taylor; 
$24,328.82; Bdker A Taylor— Continuotion Service. $1,498.51; Bonk Lane Books, $30.95.- 
' Baman Asociates, $104.50; Block AAogozIne Agency. $1,936.97; R.R. Bowker, $318.36; 
.'John Gordon Berke Publishers, $45.00; Butterworlh Legal Publishers, $12.50; CACOSH, 
$24.55; Caedmon, $93,43; Census Microfilm Rental program. $24.40; Center for Applied 
Research In Education. $25.87; Center for Assoc. Publications. $9.50; Children's 
; Magaitne Guide, $109.50; Childrens Press, $1 ,207.02; Chilton Book Co.. $39.97; College 
' iS University Personnel Assoc., $8.00; Cbmporable Worth Project, $3.00: Congressional 
• Quarterly, $359.00;. Cook's Book Co.. $56.22; Creative Computing, $6.00; Doiley Book 
Co.. $1,521.35; Dark Horvest, $20.00; Deolers Costs Corp.. $10.00; Director of Public 
Health. $6.00: Double<^ A Co.. $313.66; Education Cooperotive.. $4.00; f^Kts on File. 
$195.56; Foirfox County Public Library. $8.00; Fanmington Libroiy. $7.50; Farror. Straus, 
-a Co., $7.79; Golo Research Co., $76.00; Glencoe Publlsh|!igr-$126.63: Grolier 
Educational Corp., $832.50; Gryphon House. $27.40; Haines A Co., $111,87: Heome 
Brothers, $177.00; Illinois Dept. of Conservation; $2.00,' Independence Press, $12.05; In- 
ternational City Mono^ement Assoc., $59.00; ISC Publications. $12.95; J AME Publishing 
Co.. $62.75: Loke Co. Genealogical Society. $38.50:. Lokes News Service, $166.10; 
League of Women Voters of Illinois Education; $31.84; Lions of Illinois F^ouodation. 
$10.00: Literocy Volunteers of Americo, Inc., $5.00: LOHP, $34.00:' MocMi Hon Publishing. 
$553.55; Motn Line Book Co.. $2,154.91; Marshall CavendisRr$334.95: MBA. Financial. 
$168.80: Micro Computer Libraries, $15.00; Mitchell Monuols, $156.00: Moody's Investors 
Service. $125.00; Musicol Heritoge Society, $47.40: Notbnol Academy Press, $8.75; 
National .Automobile Dealers, ^.00; National Committee; on Pay Equity,' $8.00: 
Notional. Federation of State High. School Assoc., $7.00; Natlonol Geographic Sodefy. 
$143.94; Newr Trier High Scfwol, $645,00; New York Ubrary Assoc.. $5.00; News-Sun, 
.- $87.36; 9 to 5, $10,00: Norman. Lalhrop, $26.18;. Noflheasternlllinois-PJpnnirig.Com- 
mission, $39^; Ohio Library Assoc. ,'$3.25; Poddock Publkatlbns. $106,60: Page Zero . 
Coricepis, $88.00; Penh. Stole University. $1.00; Perry Nevvs Agency. $137.80; B.- Pfon* 
nkuche, $33.00: Pierian Press. $79.50; Quolity Books. $609.38; RockfordMop Publishers, 
$23.40; Rose Records. $113.11.; Petty Cosh,. $52.60: Round Loke Records and Topes, 
$14.98: Schirmer Books, $80.00; Scholostic Book Services, $20.46; Scudder A Hall Books; 
$23.14; Second Thoughts, $6.95; Secretary of State. $38.00; Sidwell Co., $18.37; Silver 
Burdett, ^}66.0t: Smithsonian l]lustral«d,\ $83.99: Social Issues Resources Series, 
$238.00: Standard A Poor's, $330.00; Suburban Audio Visuol Service, $34.28; Superin- 
tendent of Documents, $100.00: ' Technical Publicotions, $66.24; Thorndike Press, 
$101.50; United Electrical Workers, $1.50; Von NoslrandReinhokl,. $242.70; Victor 
Holho, S129.11: Wall Street Journal. $185.00: Waukeoon Public Library. $2.00: West 
Publishing. $466.00; H.W. Wilson. $557.00; WiOES. $4.75; G. Wlrtz. $27.58; World Book, 
$31.90. 

■ Office Supplies: Ace Hordware. $99.11; Ann Morie's Workshop. $23.20; Beckley 
Cordy, $325i6; BroDort. $239.54; Children's Book Council. $15.50: Copy Right, $661.00: 
Demco, $156.10; FoUeti Library- Book Co.. $M.9S: Fox Lake,OHi» Sup^. $952.39; 
Gavlo'd Bros.. $1,086.63; Highsmilh. $149.36; Independent Livirtg Akb. $.60; Kklslamps. 
$57.50; Lake.,^M}re Cbmputef*. $64.90; Northwest Munlnctpd Conference. $567.»; 
Peterson Office.Products..$4,99: G.P. Putnam's Sons. $4.95: Quill Corp.. $88.14: Petty 
Cosh, $53.70: SAS Arts and Crofts, $16.10; Suburban Audio Visual Service, $197.95; 
Sunrise Corp., $57.75: United VJsuol Aids. $17.20: Upstart, $200.05; Vtskm, $228.50. 

jMltorfal Suppilee: Ace Hardware, $684.02; Qty Lighting Products. $169.15; 
Diamond Chemical. $263.35; Ralph's Greenhouse, $15.00, 

felephoiw: ATAT, $777.83; Illinois Bell Telephone: $1 .574.73. 

Vem trngmi Petty Cosh, $i;033.6|: Zimmerman Ortd Smith, $35.28. 

KMtalfrf EqutpoMMit: Baker ond Taylor, $325.00: Goylord Bros., $633.00. 

Utillttet: Commonwealth Edison, $4,141.01: H.O.D. Disp<»ol. $310.07: Nortliefn 
Illinois Gas, $2.081 .52: yiltoge of Round Lake. $216.60. 

Innirmca: Molidor Insurance, $1 ,812.00. 

IqulpuMfif MatntoMncie: Copy Right. $1,348.00: Northern Weothermdkef*. 
$665.18: Rex Television Service. $143.00: Petty Cosh, $5.50: United Visuol Akis. $95.18. 

Ug«l: Lokelond Publishers. $759.77: Zimmerman and Smith. $3,400.00. 

UWwv MMMTtob V i u t m m it m IotvIck Boker and Taylor. $1,647.30; Doubledoy, 
$30.00: Library of Congress, $589.20; Moin Line Book Co:. $26.25. 

rriiilln«i Channel Press. $131 .35. . C 
-PrvfvnMilns: Ate Hbrdwore. $74.77; Anlmol Town Gome Cb.r $17:50; laker and 
Toylor. $334.18; Beckley-Cordy, $61.04: Chlldrw>'s Book Council. $18.00: Crow's Nest 
Bookshop, $39.05: Follelt Library Book Co.. $34.95; Gryphon House, $17.85; lake County 
Forest Preserve District. $10.00: Jim May, $100.00: Modem Sims Press. $52.00: NotkMwl 
Audubon Society. $16.60: Notk>nol G^rcqjhic Society. fl07J0; Notkinal WlMlife 
_h»dtrolk>n,.$14.50: Petty.Cahs.^$91.10:.S i D ToIking.Te«'s,.$17.aS:.SAS Am &&ofts^ 
_.$3.73:^cience Kit A Boreal Loborotorie«r$93.73rUpsttkt7$87:73;~WaukegaFI^^ 
Library, $38.30; Wisconsin Dept. of Public InstructkMi. $254.50. , .._ — ^ 

Olhw- Contractual %mnWmti Richord Bergkind, $35.00; Judy Collins, $375:00; 
Driveway molnlenonce, $593.00; Mike Enders. $1 17.00: Rrst State Bank ol Round lake,.- 
$35.00; G.R. Roofing and Siding. $75.00: Lakeland Publishers. $50.80: Northern Itllnols 
Gas, $25:00; B. Pfonnkuche, $49.56: Petty Cash. $9.16; Slote Rre Marshall. $10.00: Tem- 
po 31 . $86.48: Dick Thompson. $3,318.78; Harry Wedge and Son. $505.00: Rooney Con- 
sultants, $3,400.00; LllohDoly. $600.00. J — . . 
." TUBVol and Training: CHlcogo Librory System. $10.00; Illinois Ubrory Assoc.. $35.00; 
LACONI. $8.00; North Suburban Library System. $18.00; Petty Cosh, $187.22. 

MMnbonhlp: Illinois Library Assoc.. $160.00: LACONI, »5.00: Lake County 
, 'Genealogical Society, $8.00; Round Lake Area Chbmber of Commerce, $35.00. 
'Equipment and $lMivlng: Ace Hordwore, $293.66: Fox Lake Off ice Supply. $346.15; 
G,M; Sign, $513.00: Goylord Bros., $288.07; Librory Sign Co.. $8.76: Murphy Motor Ex- 
press, $20.35; Peterson Office Products. $2,123.16: Quill Corp.. $107.03; Reflector Har^ 
dwore, $54.38: Sunrise. $675.16: Young A Wotsbn, $9.56. 

Mortaoge: First Stote Bonk of Round Lake, $3,534.88. ■ 

Contlngelnclew Ace Hordwore, $123.15; B. Boetcher ,'$15.00: Brass Wheel. $86.60; A. 

-Brennan. $30.00; C. Gockle, $20.00; First Stote Bonk of Round Lake, $19.25; Goil. Borden 

Public Librory; $8.15; Gatsl>y's «f Renwood, $69.00; R. Jottnson, ^.00; North Suburban 

Library System, $60.25: B. Honnkuche, $30.00; Quolity Trophy. $10.50); MJK. Rondle, 

$15.00: Petty Cash, $149.30; N. Siroetz, $10.00; Vernon Area Public Library. $9.98; G. 

. .Wlrtz. $1 5.00: M. Wisdom, $10.00; C. Wroge. $15.00; M. Yngv*, $15.00. . 

nim Sorvlca: Suburban Audio Visuol Servin, $512.00. 
' $adal Socurity and IMMtf Fund: Stole Employee's Retirement System of Illinois and 
-Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund.-,-$1 l>598.ei : - 

Audit rami: Kirkpotrick and Dohl. $1 ,260.00. 



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Liability Ineuronca: Suburban Libfory System Unempkiyment Comp. Group, $667.48; 
Molidor Insuronce, $592.00; Albert H. Wohters, $552.47. 

TOTAL EXPENDITURES ^03.695.86 

Change in unremitted poyroll tox 41.09 

TOTAL DtSBURSEAAENTS 303.736.95 

Cosh oh Hand June 30. 1985 ,J-h 

(Includes $150.00— Petty Cosh) . .;Wn •^: 1 ___^ $Z»,940^2r^ 

Llhdo Kouffmbn: " ^ ■ "" ■ ' ' ■' 

Treasurer •" . ■ 

CKKTIFICATi ■ 
i. Thyra DeBolt', DO HEREBY CERTIFY that I am the dulv elected, qualified, and serving 
secretory, and as such cm the keeper of iKe books and records of the Board of Library 
Trustees of the RoUnd Loke Area Public Librory District, Loke.County, Illinois; and I DO 
FURTHER CERTIFY that lh«r above ottoche ROUND LAKE AREA PUBLIC UBRARY DISTRICT 
ANNUAL STATEMENT ' ENDING .JUNE M, 1985 is a true . ond. correct copy of ::said 
stotement. : ' Jl ;. ,, '■■ . —. A'i^^^^.rrfi;ft:j,-^.,'::,7-;'^,.r^'.^^^-;vivi-.«<.^tw-.-^^ ; 

DATED this 8th Doy«f August, 1985. ;. 
■'..,:;--:- .: /. •' ■■ ,"■:■' .... ;__;^.--.Tt»yraL. DeBolt,.' 

:^':-^ . - Secretary, tfieBoord of Library Trustees. 

:' ; .-^'' of the Round Lake Areb Public Library 

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CHAfTEK VIU OENOULL JUMENOMINT »ICfiO#l 3/ 
o" -. -:SMtia«i$;'ttAVIOr^ia$illCI' ;: . -V: ;V ,;; ,,; v,..:-,y... , ; 

, Only the Boord shall hdye; the ri^t to grant oUove of 
:^ Absence by r«ison of mllltory service or dtsaWlliy:??udi 

Leave of Abseriee.hol.toexceed_one,j»or.]il aUay^ 

Absence Is granted by the Boord duriiwtf^^^ 

period, such probatkKigrYperkxl shall beJeMthened by 
: on amount 'of : time "equor to the Leovf bi Absence.^ All 

roquest^for Lebve of Absence must be presented In 

writing directly to tfw Boofd. 
This Amendment effective, by the Board. Moy^as, 1985..^ 
._._^.:^..: :.-■-:... -...:.- .■.,_....;.,';-., ■.:-:.. .;JohnSchuerr,;:; 

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, NAME^. 8USiNES$:H^Tie^ 
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BUSlMESS'^IS^TOcBC^CON- ; 
' DUCTED OR >^TRA|ISACTB> 

IN -THIS COUmVi^434^0ri . 
rd)ordAhtkich;i1l/6p0a2 ^^' ' 
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' RULES AND MEOUIJIflOMS ^ 
OTTHIIDAROOf 
POUCE AND nn COMMISSIONSKS 
OPTHEVtUAOEOPFOXLAKE V 

STATE Of ILUNOIS 

CHAPTER 11. SKTIOMIS:: A NEW PARAGRAPH (O 
SHOULD Ri ADDED AS FOUOWS: 

Chopter It. Section 15 -CERTIFICATION 

c. Final certlficotkm of probotkxKiiy firefighters 'shall 
be sub|ect to the opplicont's successful completion and - 
certi.ficotion os on EmefrgiBncy ': Medical : Tecfuii^Bn .- 
Paramedic in the. Villoge's designottKi mobile Intensive 
core system within twelve (13) monlfts of tfie opplkiont's^ 
original, appointment. The foilureof on oppliomt to suc- 
cessfully receive sold certification will result in dlsimissol. 
If the proboiionory firefighter Is In a parornedk cfos* or . 
provisionally certified ot the end of hi*' probottonnfy . 
period, sold profaotionory perkid sfwll be extended until 
that firefighter completes, or foils to complete full, cer- 
tification, but In. no cose shall that extension be for niore 
thon twelve (13) mionttis. 

The otklition affective, by the Boord. August 6, 1^ 

;./:;;';';- Chairmon ■ 
-A.-:^;:.:^hAogust 15.1985 : 

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OROIHAMCE 

AN ORDINANCE JUNENDINO SECTION S-S-X. ENTITLfO. 
."OUAUFICATIONS; ROND.^ Of CHAPTER 5. ENTITUD 
VROARD Of FIRt AND PCHICE COMMISSIONIRS/' OF 
tlTU 3. ENTiTLED"ROAROS AND COMMISSIONS^ " OF 
THE MUNiaPAL CODE Of THE VILLAGE OF ROUND 

lake reach. ilunois. 

.be it ordained by the presideflt and board of 
Trustees of the village of- round lake beach, 
illinois. as follows: 

SECTION ItThol Section 3-5-3. entitled'Oualilicotions: 
Bond," of Chopter. 5. entitled "Board of Fire ond Police 
Commissioners" of Title 3. entitled "Boords ortd Com- 
missions," of the Municipal Code of the Villoge of Round 
Lake Beach, Illinois, be one is hereby amended to reod os 
follows: ; .. - 

"3-5.3; QUALIFICATIONS; flOMD: AAembefs ol-the - 
Boord of Fire ond Police Commissionen sftoll posses ' 
llie qualifications required of otiier olfican of tfie 
Village, ond'sholt lok« oolh or offirmotion of odice 
ond give bofKl intfte omouni of .SIO.CNXI.OO each, with 
surety to be opproved by the Villoge Boonl of 
'tTnistees." ..-■-■ 

.SECTION 2: All OrdinarKes, ot ports of Ordinances, in 
conflict with tlw terms and provisions of this Amending 
OrdlfiarKa be and ttiey ore Itereby reposed. - 
, . SECTION St This Ordinance sholf be in full force ond ef - 
feet from and after its p as sage and opprovol os provided 
bykiw. 

APPflOVEO: 



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. .'^••-' . "■ .:,-.•: .: .1:- ^,.i> .i-.'CoflSchrimpf, 

Village Preskient 
ATTEST: . -^^ - . 

BeckyL.Fox. . 

VilloaeCler k _^^ -^ .':::l~^:- 

■ Pfesented'ond read ot'o Regukir Meetir>g of the Round 
Toke Beodi Villoge Boord on the 6th doyol August. 1985: 

'•'Passed orKi approved 01 o Regulor Meeting of itie 
. Round Loke Beoch Villoge Ikwrd on tfie 6th day olAugusi, 
■ 1,985. ■• -."■■■: 

ROLLCALL: 

AYES: 5 ' 

NAYS:0 

ABSENT:! 

ABSTAIN:0 August ISi 1985 

e85C-330RL 



— UGAL— 
5TA1EOF ILUNOIS. 



COUNTY OF LAKE, ss 
IN THE QRCUIT COURT 
FOR THE 19TH JUDICAL 
aRClilT LAKE COUNTY- 
WAUKEGAN. ILUNOIS. 
Eagle Savings Association. ' 
■Plainlill. 

«*. 
Jomes M. Smith. Morcello 
Smith, American Notional 
.Bonk and Trust Company. 
Illinbii Financial Services,"' 
Incorporated ol Illinois. 
AND UNKNOWN OWNERS. 
Delcndontt. 
NO.:BSCH395 
SHERIFF'S NO.: None 
NOTICE OF 
SHERIFF' SALE 
NOTICE- IS - HEKEflY- 
GtVEN Ihot in pursuance of 
a judgment heretofore 
entered on August 5, I9B5 
by said Court in the obove 
enlilledcouse,. Robert H. 
DolxoK. Sherill of Lake 
County will on September 
9, 1985. ol liie hour ol 9:00 

a:m daylight savings 

TIME^ In Room 105 of Iha 
Lake County Courthouse. : 
Waultegon. Illinois in said 
^County.^oll qt_publjc to the 
KFghest anB bcsl bidcibf for 
cash oil and singular the 
fojlwping described 



premises ond real estate in 
-»oid-- iudgerneni —men* 
iionod, situated in the 
County ol Loke ond State 
ol Illinois or so much, 
i hereof : as sholl , be suf-' 
f icienl to sblisfy sold 
-judgment, lo-wit; 
Lot 8 in Block 39 in Zion 
City Subdivision in 
Section 31 , Township 46 
North, Range 12, Eost 
ol the Third Prmcipol J 
Meridian, in Lake ' : 
County, Illinois. 



ADDRESS OR LOCATION 
OF PROPERTY: . 2415 
Gilboo. Zioi>, Illinois 
60099, Redemption Dale: 
March: 10. 1986 logelhor 

-with— oil-*- buildings -r ond' 

[improvements, thereon.' 
and . the lonemenis, 
herodiloments and ' ap- 
purtenances thereunto 
belonging. 

. DATED. Woukegan. 
Illinois, this ISlh day of 
August. I9B5. ' 

Sally D.Colloli;: 

' V : J . . Clerk oHho 

::Cr^v"'' Circuit Court of 
' loko County. Illinois 
Shopiro & Kreismqn. P.C. 
Atforrioys for PIHrntifl 
August. 15. 22;and 29. 1985 
. : •885C-226.WN 



;;Thb |s to tefitfy-tfiot tfie 
rundersigned :lnlend{s) .'to . 
' conductrthe'.obov* honied 
business . v'f rom"; ' ■ the * 
: locotk»)(s) ; Indlcoted^'drid ' 
that ; the' true orirtml 'full 
norivK*) of,;fh«i'f>ef«on(s) 
owning. '-.conducting^ or 
tronsocting Vthe: vbwUnets: : 
oreoorrectossliown, - ■' ' 
JoesphWoger . 

•:e/7/85-,'- ---.■=;•.-'■^.■.. 

^ATEOPiUmOIS - V 
COUNTY OP LAKE^ 

'The foregoing : in- 
sirument; .was 

'acknowledged ^before me 
; bif jhe |)«rsbn(s) Intending 

^fo conduct the business ^ 
this 8/7/85 

:: (SEAL)- ■■:■;. ;■,..:,;?.: ■' \:'. 

Received Aug?.' 1985 
'LlrtdolontRiHess 
Lake County Clerk • 

. . KeriryA.Sdiroeder, 
Deputy County Clerk 
Aug. 15,22 and 29,1985 
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■ "—;-4JDAL--'' ■ ■ 

~. : ASSUMED RUSmESS 

;;liAMSCERnFtCATE 

NAME OF- BUSINESS: 
Countryside Or iginols 
ADDRESS(ES) WHERE 
.„ BUSINESS IS TO BECON- ' 
DUCTED. OR TRANSACTED 

■ IN THIS COUNTY: 35383 W. 
Timber Lone, Lake Villo, IL 
60046: 35271 W. Timber 
Lone. Lake Villo. IL 60046 
NAME(S) AND POST OF- 

- nCE OR RESIDENCE AD- 
0RESS(ES).OF THE PER. 
SONfS) OWNING. CdN. 
DUCTING' OR TRAN- 
SACTING BUSINESS: Yvon- . 
ne'^R. Mllchen. 25283 Wiri;j 
Timber Lone. Loke Villo, IL 

.60046: Ruth Von . Der Lip. 
25271 W. Timber Lone. 
Lake Vitlo, a 60046 ; 

STATE Of ILLIHOIS 
COUNTY OP LAKE. §•; 

Tills Is to certify that the ; 
undersigned lntend(s)/ to'^ 
conduct, tfie obove iKuned ".' 
business from the 
kkollonls) indicoted ond '. 
Ihot the true or real full 
home(s) of the person(s) 
owning, conductkig . or 
transacting.- llw business 
ore correct OS shown. - 
-^fvonne Mitchell ■.:- ■- — -■■ 
Ruth Vdn Der lip . ;!;- 

STATE Of ILUNOIS 
;>COUNTTOPLAItB«M 

f^Tli'e===tforeflolna*— tnr— ^ 

■ sf'rumont . : — wa's.jil 
acknowledged before me"-' 

' by Ihe'person(t) iiilendkig ^^ 
to conduct the business 
lhisJuly36.198S. 
(SEAL) 

Teresa G.Lewis. 
County'Clerk 
RECEIVED July 36. 1985 
Linda lonuii Hess, - . " 
Loke County Clerk ' , 
August 15, 2?, and 39. 198S 
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:-i.LEOJM.-^- ' -: - 
BE IT RESOLVED by the 

■ Boord of Educotton; School : 
District No. 124 in the 
County of Loke, Stole of 
Illinois, that the Assistont 
Superintendent In. Charge 
of Finance Donold. A. 
Colloby'. Is hereby. - op- 
polfited to prepare o ten- 

Itollvo budget for • sold 
scftool district for the fiscal 
year beginning July -19)95 
and orkdirtg June, 1986. 
which tentative budget 
shall be filed in the off ice 
of the Superintendent of ler 
August • 1 9, , 1 985. August ■ 
1 5. 1 985 Is to be the dole of . < .' 
publication and September^ 
19. 1985 is the date of 
adoption of sold budget. 

August IS. 1985 
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to OVER 
300^000 CmCULATIONI 



IBB Ldkelond Newspapers 



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byCARYS.MEYEIlS 

Winning approval; for the crcdilcatTi of 
your choice can be 'made iriiich easier — if 
yoii know Ihc rules of (he game. " "^ \ 
-- Fihding-oul- whelhcr^you'ro' engible_for 
credit- cards can be as complex as un- 
derstanding the credit, industry's system for 
evaluating yiHi experts ioJd The ; Meyers 



turned d(iwn a yoiing farmer Whii liad saved 
$350,000 in .family inlicrilance . money in 
ccr|ificatGS (if deposit, but didn't incliidalhat 
information on his application. He was 
denied credit partly because he was only 20 
"ycarsold. ".^ 

Some institutions and credit card com- 
panies assign points to many things, even to 



Report: 



job titles. Another problem the ypiing man 



. Because of the heavy volume of credit card 
applicaitons, major credit card issuers arc 
forced In use a rigid point system to dcler- 
minean applicant's eligibility. 

"Evaluations arc made by clerical staff 
who are trained in data processing. They 
usually arc not trained- profc^ional credit 
analysts and are neither allowed to perform 
nor; capable of subjective evaluation of an 
applicant's nnancial capabilities." said 
Irwin^Colc, deputy chairman of Cqle-Taylor 
Financial* an - Illinois niulli-bank Holding 

company. ; V: \_ 

-"^'^hc scoringjsystem is very rigid and as 
such it can be both unfair and manipulated," 
said a senior Texas banking official and 
credit card . expert, who asked. to remain 
anonymous. "The.poeple who approve credit 
cards Itavc only one job — to avoid making 
mistakes: No banker ever lost his job for 
^ sayingno." 

For e'xiamplc. one credit card company 



The^Meyefs 





,' Economic (ofecaster Gary S. Meyers 
has tieen a lecturer and consultant to ma- 
jor financial institutions government ; 
analysts, real estate developers arid daily • 
newspapers throughout the nation for the 
. past 16 years. Readers are invited to sub- ■:' 
mit comments. and questions for possible j.^- 
use as subjects for future columns.' Wijte . 
Gary S. Meyers & Associates, 2200 S. 
Main St., Suite 106, I^mbard, III. 60t 48. 



had is that the credit card company didn't 
give him many points for being a farmer. 

Experts, recommend applying for a 
national oil company credit card first. They 



are considered one of the most, important 
credit criteria. ' ^^ .^. :/'.:.:'rZ,-Ari^y 

"Oil company credit cards scor? a' lot of - 
poirils; and the more cards you have the 
belter," jsaid Cole, "they arc higher rated 
than local or Qvcn some national department 
slrire credit cards," r " ■. / 

Eligibility for bank credit cards, like 
MaslcrCliargc, Vis^ and others, depends on 
the individual financial institution issuing 
the card. Credit requirements vary greatly, 
experts told The Meyers Report. 

"Typically, credit reviewers look for 
stability, length of residence, length of 
employment and a history of responsible 
financial relationships," said Cynlhia 
Hardy, for First Nationwide Savjngs of 
California in San Francisco. 

First Nationwide Savings, unlike many 
larger institutions,, issues their own credit 
cardsjundcr evaluations dctertfiincd by their 
own trained professional credit analysts. ~ 
: "This way' individuals get more per- 
sonalized Ircalment,": Hardy said. "Fewer 
'^mistakes are made by doing our own 
evaluations rather than using somconcclsc's 
more rigid point system." 

Now that you know some of the ropes in the 
credit card business, here's an invaluable 
list of lips^fpr.Jilling, oiil Ihc application 
forms: '^'~ "^-"v . - 



■> * Type your application. It impresses the 
cvaluators and is legible. Hard Ut read ap- 
plications are susceptible to mistakes and 
might not get processed at all, 

• Fill in every blank. One successful 38- 
year old Chicago business executive was. 
denied credit because it seemed he was 
underage. He missed the blank noting his 
birth date. The clerk automatically rcjccled 
(he application wilhoul any further credit 
examination. The clerk assumed the can- 
didate was a minor. (However, credit was 
gi ven af I er nc phone ca 1 1. ) 

• Leave nothing to the imagination. Attach 
a conlinualion sheet or a letter if you have 
somelhfng to say that adds to your credit- 
worthiness. Don't hide it ; spell it out. 

• Job titles are very important^ A person 
with|he position of "building engineer" will 
scoretwice as many points under the job title 
category Uian a wpricer who lists "boiler 
lender" a^his occupation -^ even though it's 
the same job with different names. ^ 

• Do not lie. "Credit will be reje<^ed when 
ah untruth is found," said Cole. "Any 
rejection will aulomalically. show, up on 
routine computer credit checks and that can 
hurt the applicant in the future." ,, 

The exact methods for your interest 
calculation are spelled out in your account 
agreement. 




August 9. 19 6S 

KEY RATES— Prime. Fed Funds. CHscouftI 




Brought To You Every 
Week By Attorney 

DONDEUSTER 

Mm cm a penoa nw for ih 
ttMmlJKmHqKofj^^ 

£$if9S$T . ■'■■'. 
You .may successfully sue it the con- 
dud is intentional, reckless and 
outrogoout, the omotioniardlsfreis severe, and a 
rausol connection between the wrongful conduct and 
the resulting emotional distrei*. ^ V 

Dou m iodigeni pemrf hav9 flM nsm f^Jl 

'nppor9T'^'-^'"^''''-"~^:T-~ri-r~ — — -— ,. ' ■ ^„,_ - 

Yes; on indigent father facing the prospect of Im- 
prisonment for contempt for nonpayment of child 
support has a constitutional right to court-appointed 
coufisel. * * * W * * 

1$ ni9§^j4^¥9nim6atfki^ for damns" to 
prinio^proportf ttmpemSr dendaed 1^^^ 
OttlomSemee? 

No. The Federal Tort Claims Act specif f colly excludev 

claims arising from the detention of ony goods or 

: merchandise by a Customs oH Jeer. 

• .* * *"*> * . . 

For legol odvlc* or Off Istdnce. consult ^ 

f DONAIO f. DEUSTIBrAf torniiy "t l«w _ . 

26 Weft Mapl* AwM(o*coch«r High way* y * .^.f *> 

; Miiod«I.Inyil^«0060^Fo«Wo;»t«^ ""• 
^ (^ia>J6fcJP»«Oor(312)S6ft-l«72 - ^. 



,.. ^Your home at Harbor Ridge will have che 
most economical heating and coolirig system 
youcan^get. ? - 

The heart of the system Is a higlj-efficiency^ 
Trane heat pump that will save you rnoney 
cooling your horfie when the weather's warm. 

And on all those chilly days, the Trane heat 
pump will save you money heating your home. 
Because it yields two units of heat for every 
oneituses. __— 




Then when it's really cold, your gas furnace 
VNdll automatically take over 

All of which rneansyou could save enough 
-moneyjhis yeaLtdpayJora membership to 
the Harbor Ridge^Country Ctul5n"ext year 

As a Harbor Ridge resident, however, you 
won't have to pay a penny to join your first 
year. Because your membership's on us. 

So come to Harbor Ridge. Where energy- 
^eflRcienf homes help make the good life 
affordable. ' " - . .- —^ 




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''First place for Ihe 1385 Fox 
Lake In Town Art Fair went 
to Katliie McCann for goose 
egg art; second prize. Jim 
Faltbrsbn for oil panting; 
and third prize. Bill Snyder 
for pine cone art- - . 

Twenty honorable men- 
tions were also given )al thef 



fair, which was :held at the 
Lakeland Plaza on Aug. 3 
and4.' " '\-^'-: ;>;;.•: 

Arrow Marine won first 
place, a gas grill, in the art 
show give-away. Second and 
third prizes, $50 in groceries 
and a $25:basker of booze, 
went to^ Chain -O- -Lakes 
Marina. 



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Area Residents Find H&R 
Mock Tax Course Pays Off 

Thousands of people are learning the'SkiU of income tax 
preparation from H&R Block andTare earning money as 
mcome tax preparers. .- ■ - 

H&R Block, the world's largest tax preparation ser- 
vice, is offering a t>asic income tax course starting the 
week of September 1st with nioming and evening classes 
avsulable. Classes will be offered at 2 locations. 

During the 13 week coursBj students will study aU 
phases of income tax preparation and receive actual ex- 
perience in preparing individual returns. Experienced 
Block instructors willleach current laws; theory and ap-, 
plication, as practiced in Block offices nationwide. There 
15 a classroom discussion on each tax subject and prac- 
tice problems at every level. Courses are programmed to 
teach students increasingly complex tax problems as 
study progresses. Students will find the course both in- 

^urses are iaeally suited for people who want to in- 
crease their tax knowledge and leam how to save money 
on taxes or who are looking for a rewarding career. No 
prerequisites are required to. enroll. • , ■ ..... 

Qualified course graduates may be offered job inter- 
views for positions with Block. Many accept employment 
with BlocK because of the flexible hours available. 
However, Block is under no obligation to.offer employ- 
meht,-nor are graduates under any obligation to accept 
employment with H&R Block. " 

uneiow course fee includes all textbooks, supplies and 
tax forms necessary for completion of the course. Cer- 
tificates and 7.5 continuing education units will be award- 
ed upon successful completion of the course. Also, the 
cost of the course rnay be tax deductable. This course is 
approved by the Illinois State Board of Education. 

RegistraUon forms and a brochure for the income tax 
course may be obtained by contacting the H&R Block of- 
fice at 629 W. Rollins Rd., Round Lake, Phone 312-516^862 
or 5101 W. Elm, McHenry, Phone 815-385-8630. 



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Atncrican International 
Hospital Zion. has promoted 
Robert Mayo, Giirnee, (o the 
position' ; ; of: ; assistant ^ ad- 
ministralor. ■ , ; 

Kenneth Sample, -ad- 
minislratpr, said this is .(he 
first major reorganization of 
hospital management in 
several years. . It is being 
done ; to aid the Iiospilal in 
better addressing the 
medicpr heeds of the com- 
nriunitfcs it ; serves _ in 
Kenosha and Lake counties. 
Mayo", admini.slrator of the 
large hospital clinic, will 
assume additional duties for 
the supervision of the cardio- 
pulmonary and 'marketing - 
dcpaf Imcnts. He has a ^ 
bachelor of scicncc'dcgree in 
health care administration 
from Pacific Western, 
University and i.s working on 
an advanced degree. 
i_;Hcl_also.,- earned an 
associate of applied science 
degree in industrial relations 
from the College- of Lake 
County. , 

Mayo is^n member of the 
American Society for 
Hospital Personnel Ad- 
mini.stralion. Ihe American 
Society for Personnel Ad- 
jnimslration_and^— is — vice — 
prcsideni of the Northern, 
Illinois As.sociatioh of Per- 
sonnel Administrators. 

i*rior to joining the 
hospital. Mayo rotlreti from 
Nayal management 
programs in Initnan rcsour- 

For Convenience 

To make your shopping 
oasiiT. Lakeland 

Newspapers cart'fully 
fiassifii'S all want ads." A' 
tlirectory of clnssif icatinns is 
availnl>1o to a.ssist persons 
placing ads. 



ces, personnel, public and 
community relations, 
technical writing, equal op: 
, portunity and . leadership 
training. 





Robert Mdyo' 



Baxter 'Acliusting* 

" Baxter Traveno! Laboratories, inc.; and 3M;^ have an- 
, nounccd that they have sijgned a letter of undcrstanding.for. 
the sale of the assets of the cardiopulmonary product lln^ bf 
Baxter' Travenol's Omriis Surgical Inc. subsidiary for an 
undisclosed amount of cosh. The" transaction, which is ex- 
pected to be completed by Seplember 27, 1985, is subject to 
the fulfillment of several conditions, including the signing'of 
a definitive agreement. The transaction la pajt, of Baxter 
Travenol's plan to facilitate Department of Justice approval 
for its. proposed merger with Amet-ican. Hospital Supply 
Corporation. 

Seminar For Housewives ;;';^:^5^ 

A Ihrce-hour seminar will be held froin ib'a.m.'to l p.m. on 
Aug. 17 at the Waucorida Federated Church. A speaker, 
Deniece; Schoficld. a noted expert oh home and time 
management, will speak. She wrote the book, "L'onfcssibns of 
An Organized HouscwifcV and "Confessions of, A Happily 
Organized Family," Cost is $15 per person. For reservations, 
call (HIS 1.344-1.196. 



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THEHAIRMATES 

TOW. Grand Ave. 
Lake Villa, IL; 



(312) 356-3700 



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"Referring to business women as a whole, wo] 
ore In a special class alt of our own. Most men 
are intimidated by us and q lot of women pro*c. 
bobly wish they could acquire Ihe independent 
nature we have 1o survive in ihis world. 



On the whole, I feel very good about myself and my buttneti. I personalty feel a ma* 
or port of being a success is a tot of hard work and having to worfc very long, hard 
riours when someone else won't or can't. 

Finally, I feel owning my own business has make me a better person, by building my 
self confidence and my .self discipline.". Prwt Hmywood 



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During Jan Burdlck's 6 
years as the owner of the 
Merle Norman Cosmetics 
Studio in Antioch, she has 
helped many hundreds of 
women achieve their 
beauty potential. Mrs. 
Burdick has completed 
extensive training in the 
latest techniques and pro- 
ducts, and ig a recognized 
expert in skin care and 
make-up artistry. 



_"lt.'S-wohderfu! knowing thati/ve' can provide women 
with excellent quality products and, above all. service. 
Service is my business and I try to fill the personal col- 
or and skin care wants and needs of each woman who 
comes into my studio." 

-Mrs.-Burdiek-sphilosphy^arid'belief in "the Golden 
Rule is paramount in dealing with customers. It's the 
only way," says Jan I 



mERLEnoRmnn 

Tlip i'liue for till- C.ii.stoni Facr**" 



406 Lake Street 
Antioch, III. 60002 



Ear Piercing . 
'' ' NaHSculpiurihg _. 
J Make Ug Consultation ' 

(3i2)395-1lH6 



First State Bank cf Round Lake Salutes 

Rosemary Generoso 

Rosemary Generoso; Vice President 
of the First State Bank of Round Lake; 
will t3e celebrating 13 years of sen/ice 
with the ttahk next month. Her present 
position is In the lending area which 
encompasses txtth personal and com- 
merclal loans. Rose Is also Involved In 
the marine financing function. Another 
aspect of lending^ is the collection of 
delinquent loans In which she shares 
the responsibility with the bank's Loan 
Manager. 

In addition to her dally responsibilities, 
Rosernaryls five Continuing Education 
Coordinator at the FSBRL and 

is the bank's^ representatlve4or-the)^eocan institute of BanklhgT 

Rosemarywas successful in Coordinating a locally held "Founda- 
tions of Banking" course for this fall semester, which is designed for 
new-employees entering the banking field. Being an advocate of 
continuing education herself, she is completing her ALB. Certificate- 
in Lending Administration and hopes to attain her Associate Degree 
in Banking. . • ^^__^_^____1_. ' ' /'^'': '-—. — — r^ 

^JIosemary-wlirBe'lnstalledltslhe^^ The National 

Association of Bank Women, Lake County Chapter the falL 
Rosemary has been a life long resident of Lake County and now en- 
joy^ her home on the Chain of Lakes.. 





MAIN BANK: AvJIon & Goodnow Bivds. 

FACILfTY: Rollins Rd.; Round Lake Beach 

(312)546-2111 

"Hound THm Clock'.' Banking 

CohiBr.Now.OpohMHounI 



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Marly Hansen,- 34. of Guf- 
nee. has been; named In; 
duslrial Sales Manager for 
the ; Mystik V Tape, Cor- 
poralionrwhich has. opened- 
new faci lilies in Gurriee, Ben 
Mitazzo, president and CEO, 
has announced. 

Myslik Tape Corporation 
is a wholly owned subsidiary 

* of The. Old World Trading. 

\Conipahy,,Iric;, Des Plaines. ; 
Which: has • acquired the 
lilystik , -and Arnb trade 
names as well as the formula 
any ^manufacturing 
specifications for all produc- 

,ts.-\, ■' '. ' ■- 
The ycorpora lion is rein- - 








Marty Hdnsen 

troducting .- the Arno and ' 
Mystik" products as • >vere 



previously manufactured in- 
cluding the- ■Arhq'C-520, 
premier cloth duct tape. 

Prior to_her appointment. 
Hansen workecl as a sales 
representative for Dental Of- 
fice Computer Systems. 
Before that she was em- 
ployed as office manager of 
the Green Bay.Smile Center 
find as area personnel ad- 
ministrator for American 
Hospital Supply. , 

In her new position,^ Han- 
sen will develop and market" 
industrial , products -and 
supervise sales . represen- 
tatives. . • • 



Mf Bpovver Opens 

Manpow^er /Temporary Manpower's continued .ex 




Services has opened a new 
office in Muhdelein at ISOO S. 
Lake St., just north of the in- 
tersection of I^tcs. 45 and 60. 
According to Charles Bar- 
tels, owner of Manpower's 
.Lake and McHehry C<funty 
operation, the decision to 
open the office was made to 
provide better service\ to 




panding base of customers 
and temporary workers. 

"Our word processing and 
personal computer training 
progranis have given our" 
business a big boost/' Bar- 
tels said. "T o mee t pur 
"customers' 
temporary 



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' Dr. Diane F.vElson has' 
begun a three-year 
residency in internal 
medicine J at . Blodgclt 
Memorial Medical Center. 
Grand Rapids. Mich. 

The' • Gurnee resident 
received the degree of doctor 
of medicine with honors 
from the University,, of. 
Illinois College of lyiedicit^c. 



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Dr: Elson is the daughter 
of Dr. and . Mrs. Charles . 
Elson. of Gurnee. .She 
graduated from Warren 
Hj^ghf in mi^ After 
gr^iduating from North- 
western University. Dr. 
Elson recievod her clinical 
education at the U of I 
College of Medicine at 
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expand," he added. -— . 
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porary help firm, Manpower 
also operates an office in 
Gurnee. as well as many 
ChicagoArea locations. 
■ Manpower, Inc. annually 
_employs_more_than'- 700,000 - 
people through its 1,050 of-' 
fices in 32 countries. 

graduates 

Banking 

Schddl 

Stanley J. Trygar. vice 
president of the Bank of 
Waukegan and manager of 
the bank's Anlioch facility 
was recently recognized as 
one of three "distinguished 
graduates" at. the Illinois 
Graduate School of Banking. 
The commencement 
ceremony for- the 34 
graduates was hold at the 
University of Illinoi.s on 
Si3turday.Junc22. . 



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Elaine Cheney and Helen 
Kopriva-Richards are proud 
new owners of Ascot Travel, 
opened recently^ JliJ^^ 3ll- 
new Grand Mill t\^ail. Route' 
21 and Grand Avenue in 
Gurnee. Together they share 
seventeen years experience 
in their field, 

Elaine is a resident of 
Kenosha and Helen, formerly 
of Ant loch, now lives In 
HeatherRidge, Gurnee. Both 
-have-been-travehagentsin 
the area JoL 9 years and. en- 
'' Joy sharing their travel expertise with,clients. 
So, whether your destination is Kathmandu or Kalamazoo, 
stop in and let us maximize your travel dollar. As experienc- 
^iLed:travelersih.aiipartS-ofJheJvorJd,-we^will-b^ 
answer all your quesf ions. ^ ^ 




Grand MHI Mall 

4949 West Grand Avenue — Gurnee 
(Route 21 and Grand Avenue) 

(31^)244-0110 



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Perms 

Color 



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|roducts 

•^ Unda ReeSi owner /atfylisf - ; * :. 

Lindq Rees is owner and stylist at Creative Designs 
Hair Studio. She opened lier studio a year and a half 
ago at 22 years old. Linda rnanqges the hair studio 
herself and has two staff jnembers, Sue Longshore and 
Michell Larsen. In the short time Creative Designs has 
been open, Linda has established over 300 clients. Lin- 
da claims her business success is due to continuing her 
hair care educatjon and working 60 hours a week. She 
:says,-^Creatlve Designs is_time_consuming but worth, 

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bv DEBBIE IIOR\'E 

'since 1916 Robert Worlh 
has been seUlng gas in Gur- 
nee since on tbe comer of 
Rte. 132 and Bte, 21in a sim- 
ple fuII-^ervicc Amoco 
slalioo.^ 

;; The slaUoa is noor dosed 
and has been dcnioJjshed lo 
make room for a ncik- self- 
scr\'c convcnicTicc gas 
station. 

The new fadlily will sell . 
sandwiches, milk, diapers, 
oil, crold cuts as veil as gas. 
Customers will no loiter be 
able lo bring cars in to be 
looked at and repaired. 
Although. thcTX^ uilt tic a tow 
trudkavailablc for emergen- 
cies and someone around to 
chedi oil and give ad\icc. ' 

The ori^nal building was 
built in 1336 by D.E. Russell. 
Worth woritod for Russell 
and in tSlfi convinced tits 
father. HoUo Worth, to be his 
partner in the business. 

Worth, 64. now owns the 
property on the comer of 
Grand Ai>'e. and Riverside 
Dr, and leases it to Amoco. 
Amoco has agreed lo lease 
the new S400.000 fadlily lo 
Worth's daughter and son-in- 



law. Susan and Robjicrpnan. 

Amoco has.u-anted- Worth 
to make the switch for years 
and will be paying to have 
the new facility built. "They, 
have .doiic a lot of traffic 
studies as well as customer 
and business surveys and 
feel this is the best way to 
go.*' Tieman states. 

The new station will have 
one full-service island which 
will be open 12 hoursa day/ 
•'We have a couple 
wtKcIchaifrbound customers 



and people who just prefer lo 
have their gas pumped," 
Tieman says. 

The self-serve pumps will 
be open 24 hours a day along 
with the convenience slore, 

The Ticrnan*s expect the 
new facility to open in early 
November. Tiernan states 
thai people can come in for 
help, air, gas or information 
any time night or day. *'Wc 
believe thai the new station- 
will be an asset (o the com- 
munilv." Tiernan says. 



Storaigfe Business 
To Open Soon 



(itt-ntTS ot the Fox I^kt- 
Mini Storage and Kental. 
Inc. ha\-c announced tluit 
construction is nearing 
completion cm p)vi5^^ one oi 
the company's facility on 
Arlington Lane 

The Ihrw ou-ners. Fo.\ 
Ijke residenbi Ken Man- 
sTield. Ron Johns ;ind Tom ' 
.Arknian. said lluit .ground 
tt^s l>roken on the 1*3 acn* 



site in May. Tfic A\l units, 
ninging in size Irom five- fool 
by [ivo fool to Ut loot liy :«i 
loot should Jk> available to 
rent no later than Auiiusi 1 

. IMiasr iinr ol lliv sile*> 
fonstrui-liun program will 
Mttli/c alraul 5.I(Ki square 
feet However, then* i.s a 
potential for approximately 
l«.unu st|uartJeet of indoor 
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SALUTES ITS 
WOMEN IN BUSINESS 



KRiSTEN CIBNEY cnioys a long 
list of accomplishments during her 
ten years iwith Baxter Travcnol. As 
Director of Corporate Business Pro- 
grams. Kris has developed many 
cost maaagemcnt programs for the 
health care industry', including 
markctii^ the company's higfi tcch- 
-nology-hotne car^io'irisuraiicirbom~ 
panics. Most recently, Kris developed 
a mail service pnscription program 
leveraging the company's home care 
pharmacies and titstribulion net- 
Work.' This txmvcnicnt, cost-saving 
service is currently available to Bax- 
tcrTrawiKiIjmipIoyccs only, but, the 
crompany will offer it. to other, corpo- 
rations in the near future. 

Baxter Trawrnol salutes the many 
fine women, like Kris, who have 
helped build our leadership in health 
cane."* 



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As manager in charge of the Rqundi 
Lake Beach office of Skokie Federal] 
Savings, Judy Terrien continues^ to, 
distinguish herself as an important 
part of theSkokie Federal team. ' 
Since becoming manager in May, 
1983, Judy has been instrumentaf in 
almost doubling the number of check- 
ing and savings accounts held at the 
Bound Make Beach office, providing a 
new walk-up service, and creating a 
very profitable office for Skokie 
Federal Savings. 

Not only has Judy contributed to the 
growth of Skokie Federal, but through 
her years as a : board member of the Round Lake Area 
Chamber of Commerce and Industry, she has also con- 
tnbutedjojhegr.owth.of business throughout the comrn&mfyr 
Judy terrien has a lot to offer the business community of 
Round Lake Beach. Skokie Federal SaMgsisproudto have 
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^Manicures 

• Cuts, Perms 

• Hair Coloring 

• Nail Sculpture 
^ ^ Skin Care 

(312)356-8394 

1 8 Years Off Service 

This month the Doll House is celebrating 18 years of service 
in Lake. County. Edith Baldassano, owner and skin care 
specialist, opened the Doll House in 1967, She is active in the 
Lake-Villa Chamberof'Commerce.-the-American Business! 
Women's Assoc, and the Lake County Hair Dressers 
Association. '.-'■■ :v r' 

Edith operates the Doll House with a staff of six beauticians, 
which includes her daughter Luci Grischeau and manicurist 
Nancy Baldassano. „-.^ .-:-_. -— :— 




—'Luci started as~a~shampoo girl and has been a hair stylist for 
12 years. She is a past president of the Lake County Hair 
^ Dressers Assoc. . /- .. 

'_ J . The Doll House is located on Rte. 83 in Lake Villa. 

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Arnold May &Agr* S«c. Block 

Arnold May, Richmond, attended breakfast at the Pa Iiiier 
■ House in Chicago with ten other Illinois business people, with 
Secretary Block and Mrs. Block; The Secretary gave an 
outline at the; breakfast^ of agricultural legislation for-this 
next year. Healso took many questions on subjects, including 
the deteriorating grain market abroad, the low price for 

"grain and^possible^iittinXfrilsn^®*^® '°f^s°'^* farmlandr 
The breakfast was hosicd by the Chicago Farmers and their 
President Hugh Martin. May Is a past president of the 
organization, . :. _. 



Cindy Calvillo. of Hoffman 
Estates, has been appointed , 
manager of Good Shepherd 
Hospital's cardiorespiratory 
department. 

A registered respiratory 

therapist. Cat vilio joined 

Good Shepherd's staff 2'j 

-years ago as clinical coor- 

I dinalor of the car- 
diorespiratory department. 
She previously was a staff 
therapist in the respiratory. 

. department at Goo^ 
Samaritan , Hospital in 
Downers Grove. 

ji,' Good Shepherd's car-, 
diorespiralory department : 
handles electrocardiograms ' 
along with other- card! o- 
diagnostic work, respiratory 
treatments and pufmonary 
function (lung capacity) 
tests.' In addition, depart- 
:• mcnt personnel help treat 
..'persons with chronic lung 
disease. post-operative . 

-.- patients -and newborns ^with 

; respiratory problems. 
. Good Shepherd Hospitaj is 
located near Harrington ■ 

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Free Blood Pressure 
Screening will be_of f ered. to ' 
the public Aiig. 15 at St. 
Therese . Area Trauma 
Satellite (STATS), located 
on Rte. 59, just south of 
_ Grand Ave. iri Lake Villa: No 
registration is required, just 
stop by between tl a.m. until 
2 p.m. 

Seek Photo Ideas 

\ If your clab or 

organization is planning' d 

special event that lends iuielf 

• to: photo coverage, call the 

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serv&sber fellow biMans. As a Licensed Practical Nitrse 

(LPN) she serves pa- 
tients ait American 
In tern a tion at 
Hospital . in Zion. 
Good care is her 
specialty. She tried 
to retire in 1984, but 
was persuaded to 
continue to work on 
ah on-call basis. The 
director of nursing 
atAIHsays, "Maxine 
is one in a million, I 
could never replace 
her " Maxine herself 
says, "I feel good. 
Ibave good health. Th'ere*s no reason not to work. That*s,_^ 
alllhve for- to do someihing for somebody else. " 



ANERICM IHTTERSlATIOiiAL HOSPITAL 

' AirocLiinc 

SHlloh Boulevard and Bmmaus Avenue 
Zlon, niinoia 60099 (312) 872-4561 




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Jacqaelyn Ollsar, Owner 
of Jaekie*s Hallmark, Main Sircci^ Autlooh 

Opened her business in Marcli of 1977. Stie 
previously owned Jacl<iesLittie Gallery and 
before that she was in business with her late 
husband at Kennedy Mobile Service until his 
death. Jacl<ie-has three children and is now 
married to George Olisar, former band direc-^ 
tor at Antidch Grade School. With her hus- 
band's support and encouragement her 
business has become a vital part of the 
community. \ 

928 Main: Street— Antioch^ "iinp's 60002 




The First National 
Banic off Antiocii 
wishes to saiute- 
our Women in 
Business by fur- 
ther acquainting 
you with our 
women offf leers. 
Seated is SueJonc- 
zyk, Operations Of- 
ficer-^-and-.^^Dale^ 
O'Donn0, Opera- 
tions Of/icer. 



Standing are: Beverly terry, Loan Officer; Mary A. 
Owens, Assistant Vice-President; Karen Dunham, 
Operations Officer and Carolyn Van Patten, Assis- 
tant yice:Pivsident___^^- _,__^J:.. 

We wish to acknowledge the achievements of these 
women in the office and in the community. 



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Tho wi nners , of .three 
conlesls conducted by the 
Hcpublician Parly of Lake 
_ County Information Booth of 
the 1985 Lake County Fat 
have been announced. The 
contests were: identifying 
baby pictures of two 
prominent Lake Courily 
. Republicans and guc^siri^? 
the number of 'Mclly- 
Bellies" in a huge jar. The 
items were displayed al the 
l)ooth throughout the fair. 

The identity of the baby 
' pictures were lop secret with 
only (he booth manager. 
V-enita' MeConnel of 
Wauconda Township^, and 
close- family, members 
knowing the true identities. 
' ^ ~ ' ■ "Guesses - ra nged from 
;■*: Ronald Iteagan to former 
PresidenlJimmy Carter and 
" County Board Chairman Jim 

LaBellc to Sherriff Mickey 
Babcox."5aid MeConnel. "It 
was a lot of fun, • and 
everyone got a big kick out of 
. it."sheadded. 

The baby pictures were 
those of Lake Counly 
Republican Parly Chairman 
Robert P.~Ncal and retiring 
Itcgional SupcriniGndcnt of 
Schools William L. Thomp- 
son. 

Gut'ssinf" correctly . Ihe 
identity of' Neal was Holly 
Kn/.t-nhacher of Anlioch. and 
nanninn Thompson was 
Richard Warfield of 
Wauconda Enzenbacher 
and Warfield will be (he 
dinner guests 'of Nea! and 
Thompson ri*spt'clively. al i|; 

uounly resViiurant ol thoir 

choiee 

Tiw tnrrt-d rttwnln'r til 
""Jeiiy livlhvs' in ihr jar 

, wiia 4.077 and the c!o.s('st 

gues.'i was 4.mr, The winninn 

* «t» KUi*ss hclonned to l.'»year 
old rhns Mnhitlrk of Thrn) 
1-ike .Mithaiek did not um- :i 
tiimputer or caU-ulalor to 
vonii" U|) vMlli llu' .winninn 
numbiT, iiislcad he played a 
' numluTs name 'Mx 
((K)thaH jtTsry numlM-r last 
>car was (Ml. and I tacked 4o 
HI front, and that s hovi I got 
thi> 4.inir, o total." said 
Mictiali'k It rould havi< 
IxH-n the citlier uay aniuntl.' 
Ill' staled with a grm. 

Kor mirsMim the ci(m'>l 
miinhcr. .Michalrk will ud 
Ihf 4.1177 .h'lly Belliey" to 
t>n'[);irc tor Ihr- upi'orninn 
liKJtti<ilt>faMin 

Rfpnliluan I'iirtv 
» I'liairman Nral siiid. •'oi 
the nearl\ tfjO.iKKi fair gtMTs 
who att»'iifli-(l the fair this 
\ <"ar. most .seemed to stop In 
iMir booth :m(i e\eryone 
seemed tf|L havi- a greiit 
time '"Nwiladded: "We are 
grealful for the splendid job 
A'cjiita MeConnel and her 
Volunteers did in making the 
Uet)uljlican booth such a 
■frfk hugesuccesH." 



:Announce 
'Graduates 

Roosevelt University has 
imnouci'd that the following 
local students graduated .in 
'the Spring with bachelor's 
degrees: Mary K. Allen. G:t 
Wesley Ave.. I.4jke Villa: 
-.John T (Jroh. P.O. Box 497.. 
^Orayslake: Robert E: 
^Needles.. «tli Central Park 
.l)r. Round Lake Beach; an"d - 
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Chicago: 4747 W. Peterson Avenue/ 777-4848 

Glencoe: 332 Park Avenue/ 835-5100 
. Kenilvvorth: 505 Park Avenue/ 256-7330 



Skokie: 7952 N. Lincoln Avenue/674-3787 

Skokie: 4747 W. Denripster Street /674-36p0 

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by AllDEEN IIAKIlIg " 

Everybody mark your 
ciilendars for the 'annual 
picnic held by. l|ie Beach- 
wood 'Blunl Subdivision on 
Saturday. Aug"l8 from 12: ao 
p.m. until 8 p.m. (rain dale 
Aug. 25.) There will be free 
games for kids, food, drinks 
and games of chance, for the 
older folks. The subdivision 
is also having'a; raffle with 
the rirst:prize beiDi^ a lawn 
mowor^secdnd -|irico^4- 
cjuarl Igloo Cobrcr; and third; 
prize, $50.savings bond, Vou , 
need not be. present' to win 
and you can get your 
chances from ; local 
residents.- So mark your 
calendar land head for the 
Beachwood - Blunt - Sub- 
division Park (located 
across the . street from 
Kempf's Resort K Plan on 
havingilotof funi^vc.' J ■; 

Another picnic is being 
planned for the younger 
students of P & B Ceramics. 
The second annual P, & -B 
Picnic will be on Saturday. 



Aug 24 from I p.m.; Io3 p.m. 
This picnic i.s for younger 
students from various 
classes. There , will he^- a* 
spcclal.-tableset up for fall 
-registration. Plan to attend 
and have a good time! . 

By the way>^ Bcrnie : 
Olsewski had some of his 
special wooden toys entered 
at the LaVc.County Fair and 
received a blue and a red 
ribbon. Congratulations! 

An extended -thank-yoii 
-comGfi-from-Pai-andBernib- 
lo pll the gats who presented 
them with a special gift 
certificate for, dinner and 
theater at Andres Steak 
House in Richmond. They 
finally went-last week and. 
saw "Time to Start Li vin'". 
They said the play was 
excellent and. so was the 
food. This couple enjoyed a 
week of vacation seeing the 
sights around the area. After 
all. we live in an area where 
most people come to visit 
and vacation. 

Don't forget about school! 
The Brownie and Girl Scout 



registration will be held at 
Grass Lake School Aug. ia-15 
a.'a:m. until 3 pjm; Did. you 
.sign up to be a room mother? 
If not. and^ou want to be. 
call the school so (hey can 
; forward the information to 
Lori Chrislpiipolus. room 



July 25. She will enter the 
eighth grade at Grass Lake 
School! Jan Cole cclcbi-ated 
another.year on July 30. Her 
kids attend Grass Lake 
School.' , . 

August birthdays . are 
plentiful. Wishers are ex- 



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"iTiother chairman. 

Congratulations to Aimce 
Kitto who received a Grand 
Champion in bowling althe 
Lake County Fair. The 4H 
clubs bowled during the 
winter season and-at that 
time Aimec recciveda blue 
ribbon. But everyone had to 
wait until the fair to see who 
was' the -grand champion. 
Aimec. is a.mcmt}er of the. 
Pcgag.iis , 4-H Club. 
Congratulations again! 
. Belated happy birthday 
wishes are extended to 
Jackie'. Sherwood who 
celebrated her birthday. on 



tended to; Deanne Olenick. 
who celebrated her birthday 
during the first week of 
August. Someone has to call 
with the exact date. Shahnaz 
Hansen celebrated her 
birthday on Aug. 5. Her 
special treat is her" family 
visiting from out of town. 
• Chris Lehner celebrated 
his 13th bfrlhday on August 
7. A speciar surprise party 
was held for him on August 
9. Chris will enter the eighth 
-grade at Grass Lake School 
this fall. 

Mary Chcterbok will 
celebrate her birthday on 



Aug. 11. Donna. Schmehl will 
celebrate her "birthday on 
August IC, -and her sister, 
Biirb Sehmehl. will 
celebrate her birthday on 
Aug. 18. 

' Jamie Sepluis will 
celebrate her birthday on 
Aug. 13and,will not be 29 and 
holding. Theresa Clifford 
will be. celebrating her 
birthday on August 15. She's 
also going inlo the _ eighth 

"gi^ade at Grass Lake School. 
Bob MallS9n will be 
celebrating His day on Aug.' 
20. Harry Lcngvenis will be 
celebrating his birthday on 
Aug. 20.. • 
• Happy Birthday to you all! 
Tlri.s is a late .an- 
nouncement, but better late 
than never. Congratulations 
to Tom and Jamie Septuis on 
the birth ofi their., son, 
Michael James, who was 
born on July 6. 1 hope little 
brother tommy is enjoying 
his new babv hi'other. 



niversary on Aug. 5. Darlcne 
.pnd Bob Olenick celebrated 
.22 years. of. wedded bliss on 
Aug. 10. Judy and Kcilh 
Hansen will celebrate 13 
years together on Aug. 20. 

June and Ken Hansen will 
celebrate their anniversary 
Aug.2h 

Happy Anniversary 
wishes to all of you! 

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Christoupolus celebrated 
their 18th wedding an- 



Wlns Prizes 

Terri Bares, Lindenhursl, 

won top prizes for her chili 

Mike sauce and her pickles in the 

cooking category at the Lake 

County Fair. 




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Church 

COME WOiRSHlP WITH US 

SDndoy Wbrthlp. , ;. * .v. ..11 o.m. 
Sundoy School y. .,.....'. .'JOa.in. 
Sundoy Evening'' r-^v/r'^r^ 

. Wofship, 6 p.m. ~- ' 

Wedn«»doy Bible Study 7 p.m. 

Now M*«iin9 Ai Aniioih Co'vtftiunity Ht^ SiKool ' 



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ChrfsGariLHe Fellowship 

(Attembllat of God) 
3B9Lak9St..AnUoch 

Sunder School, .^v . : . , 9a.m, (AtlAfesand Nunerjr} 

WonhipHour 10:00 i.m. 

Suodiif £«ntn|. 6:30 p.m. 

Wednwdjf Wight (F*mtl| Nifht) ..... 7:00 p.m. 

Pastor, Jeffrey H. Brussaly ^ 
For More Information Colt 
(312)395-0972 
Church Of I Ice 



TURF PARADISE 
SOD FARM 

On the 7 Mile Road 

West of Hwy. 45 

'/i Mil0 Ractno County, Wis. 

Pick Up Or 
Klrompt Delivery 



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ELECTRIC 

889 Main street 
"""""AntiochTillinolsr-^ 

Commercial Residential & Industrial 
Electric Supplies & Light Bulbs 

(312)395-4079 

Licensed A Insured 

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Tired of Rough, Unsightly 
Hands and Noils? . 

Manicures - JSculptures 
j. Pedicures. -. , 



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Forappolnlmonl days, evenings, 
weekends. Your place or 
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Fox Lake, III. 507-61910 



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Leasing ifrom $149.95 per Month. 
"Rent with Option to Buy. 

Financing Available. 

(312)395-4641 
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, travel agencif 

277 Route 173. flntiocH. Illinois 60002 

C312) 39^-9050 

CcodmofRoiitei &3 ond 173) 



Yoii can trust the 

Duracleaii 
Difference 

for carpet and 
furniture cleaning -< 

L«U out Mi1c« «t muchitiit M ORjiMfy 
•ittanT «id«n)nofMtor** colore 

Gentle, tho(ouo^ u)9-no t»ish . 
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lon0-Uilino OuraihtatA Pfin utf 
and italn inlKlor MriBi DuPonI Tafloif . 

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(or free 
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Ai your locol Independent Dmdton 
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Dnmleao Fabric SpecUistt 

- 44 TwHd load, Fox Uiit. Iffinob 60020 . 




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and term papers, too. 
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Second Floor Rear 

439 lake Street 
Antloch. III. 60002 ^ 



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EUROPE AN CATERING 

Graduations ; Weddings • Banquets 
J .and Private Parties from , . 

2 to 50 People 

Polisfi & German Cuisine 

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For Information, please call 

(312) 54J-982d:in A,M. 

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iJOHE WORSHIP WITH US 


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MINI ESTATE for sals • 9 

room*/ 3'^ cor garage, 

pa'tto, rock garden, circle 

drive. Inground pobl.witH 

heoter, on 2 targe loti 

comptelely fenced for only 

S82.S00. No brokers. Coll 

(312)3950988 

for oppointmeni 

_ 1.33-39 



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Homes For Sale 



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LAKEFRONT BEAUTIFUL 

brick English Tudor homo . 
on Cedar Lake in Lake 
Villa. 4 bedrdoms. M't 
bath. (2) 2 cor gorages on 
secluded wooded acre lot, . 
by owner, no reollors, for 
appointment call. 
StlJ-SOO. 

(3151 356-31 16' 
: 1.33-61 " 



Of /homes ^A 



Muf rie 
&Behm 




GRAYSLAKE 

NEWLY DECORATID TOWNHOUSE 

,Brlght , and Cheerfut end unit.. 3 
bedrooms, central atr, dishwasher, 
range, oven and relrigerotor. Fult 
finished basement with bar. Private en- 
closed backyard. One bfock to pool and 
rec. house. OreiA for starter home orin- 
vestment. Out of stote owner. $49,500. 

Open Mon-ffi.Unii! 800 p.m Sal -Sun iiL'Spm 

(312)223-8178 

After 8p.m. (3121 22W206 . (3121223-3770 

352 Center St., Grayslake, IL 



FOR SALE by owner. 5 
room cottage, 1 block from 
Long Loke with lake righfi. 
356B8- Northlake — Dr.- 
Aiking $32,000. For In- 
formotioricall: 

(312)269-0697 

Between 7 and tO p.m. 

J Anytime weekends 

1-33-124 ^^— 

HOUSE FOR SALE • Handy 
man special, but not really 
new point,, heat and hot- 
water, good well and 
septic. Chain of Lakes 
oroa, greol ftrit homo or 
investment to rent $32,900. 
(312)587-8234. 

— _^T.:i|3-45 

FOR SALE by owner. In 
Silver lake, Wisconsin. 2 
bedroom house, extra lot, 
best offer. 

(414)862-6526 : 

. . „ — - or ^- — 



WAUKEOAN BY ow^er • 3 
bedroom ranch with large 
kitchen, fenced-tn back 
yord, ' 2'/i-cor gorogeTwilh- 
work bench, appllaricet 
and celling font included. 
Good location. $49,500. 
Assumption ovollable. 

, ■^(312)249-3647 

after 4 p.rh.. 
1-33.99 

OPEN HOUSE . .Sunday 
August IS, 12-5, 13985 
August Zupec Dr. 'A mile 
north of Delony & Wod- 
sworib' on Deloney A 

.August- Zupec. 4 bedrom 
quod . Ibvel with 2'/* car 
garage on on ocre. Energy 
efficient,. R21 tnsplailon S 
central air K o lot of 
pluses. $85,000. ■^- 
■ (312)244-4972 

' --.^ .1.33-27- ' 



(312) 471 -0658 
J. 35-31 



■UYCRS AND Setters eoni* 
'togelher every week In 
Lakeland Clostlfled. 



GURNEE 2 bedroom, 2 
both. . 2nd floor Cooch 
home. And I car garage. 
$69,000. 

(312)336-1320 
— 1-33-25— — - 



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roperties 
nlimited.inc. 



4949 Grand Avonue 
Gurnee 
(312)360*9700 



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HOMES OF THE WEEK 




YOU NEED A PRO 

tflOO EXCELLENT VALUE - Classic brick ranch with 
panelled fomlly foom, 2.5 bolhi. olr. opptlonces plus 2 
cor garoge. $94,900. ■ ' 

#101 THE PERFECT HOME • for the active family. 
Maintenance free ronch with family room. Huge 
master bedroom, screened poreh. fenced yard. Low 
$70's. . ' , . 

#102 LIKE NEW - tri level. Large redwood deck with 
custom brick borbacum, 5 fool deep above ground pool 
with new liner. Fenced yord.iow $80't. 

#103 REDUCIDl • 2 bedroom rnoinlenonce free ranch 
with fireplace, finished bosement with 3rd bedroom, 
rec room ond bar. Specious kitchen ond year round 
sun porch. $71,000. 

#104 CAREFREE IIVIKO - Immoculate on* yeor old 
Gurriee ranch. Low maintenance, garoge plus custom 
draperies, stove ond dishwosher: $76,900. 



POE 



MEMBER MLS 




POE REALTORS 



5415 W. Grand 
Gurriee 

(312) 360^9333 



BEAUTIFUL I bedroom 
apartment, stove, 
f efrlgerotor, ■ oir - -_ con^ 
ditioner.' Security locked, 
$32Smonthly/. ■ 

(414JB57.2I1I 

__ 7-33 37 

TWIN LAKE, Wl.. 
b«outtful 1 or 2 bedroon 
opartments, stove, 
,refrigerotor, ,-alr 'Con- 
ditioner and heat included. 
$350. and $375. monthly. 
Coll 

(414)857.7458 
'or 
- . (4,14}843-3400 
— — 7..33'38-^7— - ;; /,; 

MMBKnpma for imdrt 
slibppers.' Ihot's Lokefond . 
Classified.. To odvertts*' 
call . . . 

(3ia)aax«i6i 

-TWO - REDROOM - apart- * 
menl. reasonable, i4eat. 
Iiol woler, stove ond 
refrigerator. Included.' 
Lease, security ,. deposit. 
Weuconda location. ^- 
(312)433-0697 

7-TF35-1 13 

•WAUCONDA OFFICES 
1440 square feel, port of 
ulililies, included. $720 per 
month. 

(312)446-2672 

7.34-1 ■ 

HOUM HUNTINOT Finif 
just, the home -you're 
looking for in lokelond 
Newspaper*' Clostified. . 
h'tfoslandeasyl - 

ZJ6K,STUDI0 oportmenl. 
Furnished, all utilities in- 
cluded use of waiher and 
dryer. No lease or deposit 
required. Svtitoble for I pr 
2 people. $350 o month, 
(312)746-8168 

7.33-12 ■— 

McHINRV - Cfeon, quiet. 
tecur«i Heal, water, 
carpeting, kitchen op- 
plionces. 

(312)381.2059 ^ 

7.-33.103- 

SAVE ON RENTI Find a 
roommate. .You choose 
from our listing. Rctoren- 
co» chocked. K M En- 
lot pnsos. 

(31212490434 
7.35.24- 



LAKlf Roirr" HOMi: 

furnlthed, modern ; 3 
: bedroom, September • 
Tjuharrarital. - $425 ihonihty 
ptui security. , 
" (312)7731413 

•veningi 
^7-3451 



1 : BIOIOOM furnished 
apartment. ;. Offv . tlreel 

' porking,' couple preferred, 

no, --petti'" I. '.year lease 

required. . •:■■,'■ 

(312)336-6373 

^7-33-110— 



7 ROOM 'aportmeril, 2n~d 
floor,- air oppllonces and 
.utilitletfurnished. $450. 
- "T^ (31 2) W9-M19'"^:^ 
7 -03 104 

.SMAHTCAK Buyers shop 
Lokelcind. Classified first. 
Turn your ear Into cosh the 
-quick and eosy wroy. Just 
coll 

(3ia)U34161 

Your 25 wwds in over 
60 pipers for only lias. 



GURNEE 

r Bfrdriwrnjipjitmenb. 
Air, urpeled. hul includ- 
ed. No security deposit for 
qujiiried penont. No Peti 

--Rent $390-^^ 



4390McClurtt - 
Gurnee. 111. 60031 

(312)244-1616 



INGUSIDE 

LAKEVIEW 

APARTMENTS 

Aik: 'About A Fr»» 

.Month's Rent On One 
Bedroom Aporfments, 

^«1q/t_Ouo(i licatlent. 
Apply. '« ,; ■ 
SpKious 1 and 2 bedroom 
with wiIMo wall caipelinc, 
color coordinated appliances. 
Frtfi heat and'coohini cai, 
Ctiain O'takes nearbjr and 

; more, for details, please call 

(312) 587r9277 



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HomnWanttd 



GREAT HOME FOR THE FAMILY 

4 Bedrooms, 2.75 baths, huge family 
room with brick fireplace, large above 
ground pool. Nice neighborhood In- 
Villoge of Gurnee. $1 19,900. K-5 




I BUY houses. For o firm 
ollor. coll Rick. 

(312)5368057 
after 4 p.m. 
2-33.15 ' 




BusittRSiPiopfrty 
StlR&Rental 



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WSBUYHOUSiS 
FOR AU CASH 

Ermac 
Investments 
(312)587-8234 



Uu&Pfop«rty 



.„.„_.__||EAT AS A PINEII7— 

3-Pfu5 bedroom ranch in Grondwood 
Park, Gurnfee. Very 'desiroble 
Woodland-War.ren„^;Sch6oU;blstrlct.: 
Across the street from the Vmage Park 
on Lake Grondwood. T-10 

9:O0A.M,-9:0OP.M, Mondoy.lhru Fridoy' . ' 
9:00 A.M.. 5:00 P.M, Saturday S Sunday ^ 



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AnEHTION BUILDIRSr 

13 Large reiidsntiol lot* 
lor lol* or (Olnt vantura. 
Norlti Ctilcogo or«o. 

Call pant 

Till Wilcei Conpoiy 
(312)671-4100 



BUSINESS CORNER 3 iotv 
BO loot tiotit 10 Aniioch Rd 
ond 173rd Sliecl 565 000 
or oHci. 

(313)935 9644 

otter 7 p tn. 

6 36 II 

WAUCONDA S aporl 
menis i oliices 5395.000 
Col) owner broker. 
(312)4463672 
634-3 

SMART CMR Buyers shop 
Lokelond Classified first. 
Torn your cor lolo cosh the 
quick and easy wov. iutt 
coll '- ■ — 

(ai3)3334T61 



HOUSE with option to buy. 
With 2 cor garage in i|t' 

dustriororeo. :'"' 

,(312)398-2848 .' 

(312)386-5309 
—7.33.1 9_ . 

) REDROOM RANCH, full 
basement, 2 cor gorag*, 
Pislokee Highlands. Coll 
otter 4:30. 

(312)658-7583 

coll after 4:30 p.m. 

— 7.34-SO 



BusinKsPropffty 
SilR&Rtnial 



OFI^CE SPACE 
FOR RENT 

3000 S<| Fi. C«n b* Divtdwt. 
iOO Sq. fi. tn Saporoi* 
■uild«o t}00 P«( Month In 



WoMondo. — 



(312)526-9200^ 





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Ceinitefyljots 



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2 CEMETERY loU 

Windridge in Cory, III. 
(3)2)5468178 
/- after6p,m, 
"^ 5-35-58 — 



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"■llOO^tfl U pLbuilding spaco-ioned-GB-on -8— 
ocros. Localod in Lake Villa_TownshIp.„Liwing 
quortofs ond -busihe«-£ombihoHon-prissibio. In- 
ground pool Musi soil or lease. $87,500. 
'lirtmcdioto occuponcy ' .-•■."*■■» 

(3l2)3S6-6999or^^ •• 
(312) 356.6455 oHmr 3 p.m. 



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BARRINGTON 
INDUSIStAtj^RK 

Industrial!:;: Space 
for rent.r 4800, 
^600^.q.j;ft._Ne.W- 
consiriictib'n 
truck Level dock, 
Nice . oKices, and 
reception area. 
Reasonable. 

(31^3181^405: 




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: OfflCtMnAlWNG^- 

Jttlnois Audemy Ol.BusinKs 
and Pubtic.Secufity. ■ 

lOB S.GffiesM. Suite 215 
.. ' Wauhuan.'lllinoii' - 

(312)623-6343 



OrBonlit tor weddtngs 
can ploy any slyle of music 
ond any organ.! 20 years 
expeffence. 

(312)746-8168 
; 35-33-13 ■ 



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MpiliigSalM. 




GrdyilokeT - 
ppening 

Moore Cooil AptftBenti 
RHrtdUtftt Iron $420 
InnoAtii Oecvpancy 

Models Open baily 
11 o.in. to 6 p^m. 

Luxufy brand new 1 
& 2 bedroom apart- 
ments with large 
separate ' dining 
room, ' olr -condition- 
ing , ., dtshwasher.j 

carpet, ' laundry 
facility, balcony or 
patio, in private set- 
ting. 

Located.' off Route 
120 one mile west q^ 
Route 83 to Neville 
Or: left on Neville & 
follow signs. 

Or Call 

Rta^ Monagement 
1(312) ft86r7700 



will' DO your pointing 

lob.': Big or imall, . Ex- 

■perlencM .In- intoriorond" 

■ •xterior. ' . - 

• . (4U)877-3428 'S '-L- 

_:_26-35-17-^— ^' ' 



. Loco/ or OvM-»««>j ' 

JOB RESUME, $9.00 

Dod' up. ; W« 'do ' II oJI. I.fwti 
willlng.'ttrping ond pflnling. 

uaueuiEuiiEsaiiici^ 

tttli*]O0 . 
' Woul<*gai, HJ. 

(313)643.1931 



YARD SALI Aug. 16) and 
17. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. 803 
Wright Ave. jstbnd Lake, 
Porten iubdivlilon. 

.- 55.33-2&-:— — 

GARAGE SALE - S-Fomily 
Garage' Sate; "Augost 16 
_ond 17, 9 lQ_5._Alwoi9r- 
PdTkway, Fox Loke, III. 
— 55-33-41— 




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children' only.- For - In*-;' 
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(312)587-6688 
30-33-21 . 



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MOVING SALE.- August 
16, 17, I8.,9 o.m,-5 p.m. 
Dishwasher, Kirby vacuum 
cleaner, lamps, some baby 
Hems, wedding dress, 
-clothes, ond rhuch, rnuch- 
.more. 130 Arthur Ave., 
Fox Lake. 
-_ 55-33-95 — — 

YARD SAU Augusi 16, 17, 
18. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. dish- ' 
washer, vaporizers, ski 
rock, glasswore, non- 
working TV's, lots of 
misceiraneout. Salem 
Oaks Subdivision; Toke 
HwyB3 or 216th AVe.Wat- 
chfoo signs. 

■ . 55-33-20 ' • 

OARAOI SALE - Thursday, 
Friday and Soturdoy. Lots 

•of llke-n^w-condltlon 
clothes,, [wnlor through 
Misses and women's 
clothes, boys sizes 14 

. through men's sizes. 

-Stereos — furniture; — on-- 
tlques, tools, snowmobile, 
shoes, boots and, much 
much more. 2 blocks North 
ol Sti Bede's Church. 
Grand ond Wilson, 
Ingleside, IL, on Jackson 

, Drive Rood down to end of 
cul de sac. Watch for siflns.^ 
■ 55-33-92 — ^ 



9 AJM. TO 9 P.M.-4 large 

depression gloss ploles; 8 ' 

dinner plates.' kllchen 
(able, 4 choirs, folding doy 
bod with mattress, ' 
humidifier, plus mis-/ 
celioneous. 1919 Phaosont' 
Ave . TwI n Lakes , Wl 53 1 e 1. 

57-33-91 — — 

ESTAH SALE - Final doysr- 
Thursday thru Soturdoy. 
Queen size. bedroom set, 
$550. Tablet, console 
stereo, nevy 3-foot- pine 
panel door, curtains, 
luggage, women's clothes 
size ; 10 thr u .16, and many 

-knTCk knocks, and 
miscellaneous itemv 
2340^" >- 127th Street, 
Trevor, Wis. Take Hwy. 83 
to 127th. 

— 57-33-971 

PRICE WARl'^Now) super 
deluxe Hashing orrow 

"slgnsrS235-cbmplcto;'($25^ 
rnonlhly.)^ Sovo S264t 
Lighted, no orrow. S2I,9. 
Nonlighled,' S163. 
Warranty. We'll nol be ' 
undersold! See locally. , 
1 (800)423-0163 • 
' anytime 

_57.33-7— — -■ 

FOR SALE self propelled 
mower, 10-speed bike, 16- 
tnch childs bike, color TV, 
bike exerciser. 

(312)356-9512 

57-33-107 

12 CUBIC R. freezer. 
Brand new poker card 
toble, chlrto hutch by 
Basset. 7 ft. utility coblnet 
ond doctor scale. King size 

'badspreod. and .mis- 

-celioneous Items 

(414)857-7894 
57-33-111-^ 



LOST DOG half Collie hotf 
Siberian Husky. 80 pounds, 
block with white feel and 
lip of lall.. Dog tags soy 
champaign. III. Coll ' 
(312)587-2657 

1— 65-33-30^ — =^ 

LOST • 2 YEAR old male 
Peklngeta^ While with Ian 
back. Lark Data area. 



Chi! dren heartbroken. Dis- 
appeared July 3. ' 

(312)526-0150 
-_ 65-33-24 



fBEC to good, farm home. 
Old English-Newfoundland 
mole. Wonderful family 
dog. 

(312)295-1166 
67-33-17 — 

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YOUNG COUPLE looking 
for starter home to buy In, 
the FoK Loka area. Calf fof:^ 

(Vnqreinformalion. ■ *->''" 
; (312)5986016 ' 

offer 5 p.m. 
—8-33-47 r 

IWANTn TO RtNT . 

Icovered area .for parking 
llraltars. Solid foundation. 
(BIS) 459-791 2 
— -8-34-96 — - 








IMICIE "A. 

no! sfiow should 
prolasslonol em- 



Morcetlo A . Hdrdln 

Woukegan. III. 60085 

(312) 360-01 15 

— 35.TF-47 

GUITAR USSONS. Ex- 
perienced porlormer,- 
collega teacher. All levels. 
(312)223-6760 . 
35-35-42 =- 



CROSSWORD PUZZLE * 



ACROSS .:- .. 38. 

1. flying mammal 39, 
_4.. Animalion 40. 

B. Masticate 



42. 
46. 
47. 



SaikJfs ■■■'" ■ 
f^ece of soap 
Beloved ones 



48. 



12. Utiiin 

13. Sacredimaoe 

14. Wash 

15. Orator 

17. Adored 

18. Place ol repose 

19. Ccflain numeral 

20. Countenances 
23. Taiies offense QCWN 

26. Plunder 1. 

27. Pennies 

28. About (Law) 2. 

29. SJulled craft 3. 

30. Comes lo earth 4. 

31. Toothed tool ' 5. 

32. Ttul object . 6. 

33. pais with sand- 7. 
134. Ocean ' :--"'-v ■ 



Causing pain 
Small island 
Flastiol 
j^htning . 
Fish eggs 

49. Property title 

50. Lampreys 

51. Female sheep 



11. Manied 

16. Assist 

17. Tilts 



35 
37. 



rnovemeni; 

Scamps 

Peeled 



8. 

9. 

10. 



Public ' 
conveyance ' 
Viper 

Goirtng Item 
Prefers 
Frosted 
In defense ol 
Printer's 
measure 
Certain spices 
Sale place 
Day before 



15. Resists 

20. Knadi 

21.' Main vessei ■ 

22. Folding bed 

23. Leases 

24. Barter 

25. Stitched 
27. Shouts 

30. Prevaricators 

31. Title ol respect 
33. Frightened 
34: Smalt pastry 

36. Old, as bread 

37. Separates 

39. Matador's 
opponent - 

40. Performed 

41. Direction (Abbr.) 

42. Garden toot ' 

43. Anger.- .! 

44. At this time ■ 

45. Mild oath 
47. Exist 



I 'i3oodT1ihigsTdEit 1] 

. SWilT icbl«V''iuper- 
awaets, freezer 65/5. 
Green beans ' U'pick S5 
bu.. : pumpkins. Spring 
Grove orao, t^wy. Rta. 12 
north to ihtarmotlc on 
Winn -Rood 2 mitat north to 
formsiand. - 

(815)675-2110 . 
- --49-34-42- 

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BRITTANY SPANIEL. 

Famola, AKC field ond 

show stock, 'B years old,- 
'professionally trained,. 
.eMporionced hunter, and 3 

yoor old Novice. 
— "(312) 295-8803 

51-33-45- — r- 

AKC FEMALE Dobarmon. 
1 */t yaors old, . good 
disposition ond watch dog. . 
$150. To good home only. 
(312)949-8448 • i 
SI -33-58 — 




AKC MALE Dobarmon. 
outstanding chompton, 
bloodline, disposition, 
troin-obllity, 7-waaks old, 
pick of the litter, $300. 
Only serious Inquiries. - 
. (312)949-8448 
51-33-57 



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HARMONY . ELECTRIC 

gultor, hollo>v body, brand 

new,- w/casa, strings, 

owned by Pro. S300. 

(312)395-4808 

— 52^-1 5^ ^ -- - 



■ALDWIN • Acrotonic 

sptnnal-r upright piano,. - 
$750, Wurlitzar spectre 
tone organ, $400. Artlay 
beglnnart flute, $60. 
(815)648-2160 
'■ oftarSp.m. 
;,---_— 52-34-90 .^ . 



MULTI FAMILY moving 
sole. Friday, August 16 ond 
Saturday, August 17. 9:00 

' a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Wltliam 
Rogers. Sliver ploted lea 
set, collectors plotias. Ice 
skate sharpener, books, 
bedspreads and much 
mlscellonaous. Across 

:,lrom Legion Holl, Waucon-' 

(312)526-7298' , 

„_ 55-33.18 . 

WAUCONOA '333 Nl 
Osoge.. (NaM to Junior 
Hlgli). Frldoy and Sotur- 
doy, 16th> 17lh, lOa.m. -5 
p.m. Crib, walker, baby 
'swing, and hammock, 
■baby clolhas. Phoff sawing 
mochlna, bug zopper. Bell 
•jari, much more. 

-55-33-114 ' 

CHICKEN BARUCUE and 
yard sole. August 17 and ■ 
18, 10 o.m.. to 6 p.m., 
regular dinner'. $3.50, 
senior and children under 
12, $2.50. Amvels Post 250, 
1201 Cedar. Loke Rd..-' 
Round Lake Baoch. 
— ^- S5.33.li5 " - — 

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PHOTOS FOR all oc- 
''^Icaslons. Wedding 
Specialists. Professional , 
Photos' for oflordoblo 
prices^ Coll Bruce C. Coiry. 
(312)356-2230 

57-35-11 

SATEUin JO ft. mesh 
Amplico CSR 300 receiver' 
with remote, paid over 
$3,000 sacrifice, inslolledi'- :. 
(312)223-5574 

57-33-S 

AMANA WHITE chest 

freezer; 7 cu. ft..,.ij ^.1 

(414)857-7790 
_57-33.49— ^ 

FOR SAU - Hovarcrofl 
Briggs A Stralton anginas. 
Bast price; ' 

^. (312)38t_-7887_. 

^ 57-34-48- 



PRICE WARIl 

B*ti floihlng arrow (Ign, S1S7 
complat*. Llghlcd, no arrow, 
1339. Non.llghlad. SIT9. Sm 
- loiollf. 

Factory. 
L -1rB0G423-01fr3 
Anyf tme 



Fumlttife 




^3t INCH bothroom vanity' 
and sink', white, excellent 
condition,' S60. 

(312)497-3341 

" 59.33-34-: 

'DINING ROOM lobla with 
4 chairs plus hutch'.'~Cost - 
$1500. Salt for $750. 
(312)497-3341 

. J:. — _59.33-35 ^— 

KING SIZE woterbed with 

heater, mirror, dresser, 

ond 2 end tobfes, $500. 

(312)662-2523 

^9-33-53 



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CARD READINGS and 

horoscopes. 

(312)4383472 
. -62-45 3 



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MAGICIAN, loin Hubbordi 

is ovaitoble lor children, 

oduJl and family shows. 

(3)2)395.7168 

63.35TF.48 



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F0«:$A;U-27" Lody'i 10- 
speed Concord . bike - tike 

nawSISO. '.■ •■j."-.V." .: 

(312)587-3168 
• ■ — 57.33.44 

KIMBALt UPRIGHT piono, 

good -condition, $1 .500; 

Jrock 84 moped. $150. . 

(312)356-1773 

1 _ -57-33-76^ — 



WANTED • Flood ploln 

Ibndflll. Coll 

(312)453-6726 
! 64-33-33 

VENDORS WANTED 

Wducohdo Township 
Historical Society yord sola 
and flao market Sundoy 
September 22. 1985 (rain 
dote Sapteml>ar 29} on 
grounds of Andrew Cook 
-House"— North'' Old -Rand - 
Road (Main St.), Waucon- 
do. III. (one holf block nor- 
th ol high school) 9:00 a.m. 
.to.4!00 p.m. Fee $10.00 - 
-Approk; 12' X 20'. In- 
formallpn and reser- 
vollons call Ginger 

Dickson. .. J ■ ,_ 

(312)526-6458. 
— —-64-33-6 



' Child C«t8Want8d 



FULL TIME reliable sitter 
needed. Oakland school 
district to give TLC, lo my 3 
and 5 year old. 7:15 a.m. to 
5:30 p.m. Would prefer my 
homo. References Q must. 
(312)395-6522 

.—.14-33*121 -^ 

RESPONSIBLE person to 
provide after school core 
for my son. ogo 5'/,. hours 
- 2:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.. in 
ouf Witdwood home. 
Plooic coll Terry at 
O^l 2)537-5664 

or 

(312)2238907 

14-34.I22 

NEED dependable person 
in the morning for I hour in 
my home. Coil for further 
details. 

(414)843-3893 
allor6p.m.> 

14-33-114 

MATURE AND reliable 
babysitter to bobysit in otir 
Mundetein home for our 3 
gtrls, 6 years old and 5- 
yeor-old twins. Evenings 
and some otternooni. 
Need own Ironsportotion . 
ond references. Coll lor 
■ Interview. 

(312)566-9218 
14-35-105 

MATURE RESPONSIBLE 

adult to core lor T child, 
oge 4, In our Rouad Lake 
home. Must hove own 
transportation. refer- 
encos. 

(312)740-9027 

evenings 

^_-_14.36-.4 



FEDERAL. Stole ond Civil 

jobs now avolldble in your 

area. For information coll 

(602) 837-3401 

. 7-36-22 

HELP WANTED retired 

handyman to do odd (obs. 

Woucondo-Voto area. . 

coll 

(815)385-5738 

■ rafter 5 p.m. 

17-33-8- 

EARN extra' money. 
VVork close to home. Be on 
Avon Lady. 

(312)566-0990 

__l7.TF.-37 

TRUCK DRIVERS: Poolo 
Truck line. Inc. is hiring . 
drivers with good records. 
Must be 33. Apply U.S 54. 
S. Mexico. Missouri or U.S. 
41 S. ond Crestline Drive. 
Henderson Kontucky 
EOE. 

.- I7.33-9- 
TAKE CHARGE of your 
life. Id ihe Marine Corps 
fill you . with the con- 
fidonco, disciplir^c ond 
Icodcrship ol a winner. 
Maybe you con be one of 
us. Iho Fow, Tho Proud, 
the Marines. Coll 

(BOO)333USMC 

17-33. 10 

A LAKELAND News- 
, paper's Classified ad can 
help yeu turn unwanted 
Items into cosh. 




ATTENTION :. WORKING 

Moms. Will do before and 
after school and holldoys ' 
"child ' cara^Irwny^home" lor" 
Oakland School OlMrlrt 
Bus stop at front door. 
KIndargartnars welcomed, 
(312)356-1206 

15-33-108-:^ 

WlLi. CARf for your child 
in my Ant loch home, lot* 

of TLC: — — 

(312)395-6789 
. 15-33-102 



flMD A JOi^ or fill a |ob 
with Lakeland dasilf led., . 

ANnOUk mi Zenith FM 
radio floor console, record j 
ptoyar, wtth .origlnoi. 
popart. Bast offer. .- : 
. (312)356-3259.^.-.-- i 
.-.^_53-33^5^r^- 



WASHER— -AND- 

Saari' Kanmore 



vdryar 
heavy 



duty,' tike haw. Dining 
table and '6 chairs. TV sat 
b/w Zenith with the TV 
gamer pIng pong table, 
picnic table and 2 seats. 

'(312)223-6353 
- - . afterSp.m. 
57-y}-94 " ' 




LOST DOG oil white 1 yeor' 
old mole, part lab and part 
Retriever, answers to .Tof- 
fy. Vicinity of Croyvford Rd. 
and State Line Rd. Reward. 
■-(312)395-5683 - 
._ 65-33-9 . 



SITUATIONS WANTED 

Handy man, pointing, 
gross cutting, landscaping, 
window washing. ■ etc.-' 
Reasonable prices. Coil 
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desirable. Must be capable of typing 45^ WPM. 

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LAKELAND (NEWSPAPERS 

30 S. Whitney Street 
Grayslake, Illinois 



MAINTiNANCB MAN 
Lakewood Village Apartments . 
125 Glen Street 
Cro/sloke, Illinois 

This position requires an', experienced, 
maintenance man for part-time, overoge 25 
hour work week. Basic mectionical aptitude 
o must. Pick up oppiicotion forms at business 
office Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 
9:00 A.M." to 12:00 P.M. 

(312)223-6644 ^^ 

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Wadiion. WiKon*in5371i iS*«»-i. 



Manager Trainee 

\U Ivnvbtf Companr, th« Imlttl growing notional Ivinbcf end txxn* ctnttf 
[ dwm hoi corttf opponunilin lodoy. A<i«anc»mtfil ti lofti <Kid <HI pf omolioni 
lor* Irom within, fmt yvor mtiing^ av*fog« tlBOOO. B«n«1<lt imludt 
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ACT NOWff 

Accepd'ng Applfcofions for full time Monoger Trainees. 
Mondo/ ■ Tuesday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. 



® LUMBER 

661 S. Main St. Crystal Loke. 
(815)459.8464 



111. 



ELEaRONIC ASSEMBLY 
INSPEaOR 

to check various electronic and 
Mechanical assembly in quoltty control 
area. Experience necessary. Full benefit 
pockage. 

NORCON EUaRONlC UBS, INC. 

316 E. Main Street (Rte. 134) 
Round Lake Park, Illinois 

Apply in Person 

9:00 o.nr>. - 4:00 p.m. 

or 

CallJ6r oppiicotion form to be mailed 

Equof Opportunity Empfoyer 



Refoih Display 

ADVERTISING 
SALES 

_OR«lancl-N*wspap«rs-li-looklno for a uniquely— 
^uotlflcd person for our sqIm d«parl(n*nt. Th« op. 
pllcont mui) b« a ••(! inotivotor, higttty org<intz*d 
pnd vary d«p«ndobt*. This {db will Involve loln 
calli outside th* office.' J - ? _.•. l.,^-' 

The op pllccm t mutf d emohstrote jkJlls In In- 
terperswal commuritcQtlons cfeotlvlty o nd pe^ 
^tiol responsibility. The applicant will work whh 
a minimum- Qtnount of sufMrvision. Since this In 
^dtves moking contoct outside the main office, c 
tar Is necessary and gos, compensotlon will Ih- 
fnode. 

This |ob is not on eosy one, but if you ore per 
■Istant, outgoing, dependable, responsible onr 
brganlzed you will be a success. 

For Interview appointment call 
■tlifdiroadttr.Jr. 

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Woucondo, III. . 



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W« hove an optning on oil thif)} 
lor NuTJing Asititonli *^ hov« 
complslsd a itot* oppioved tef • 
lilifd - bmit - Nurii ng ; Aiiiitonl 
Troining Counv. Pleose bnng 
cef}i{icat» with you wtwn litliitg 
out opplictition. ' 

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919 Wdsliinglon Poi-ft 
Waukegon. 111. 



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Part-Ti'mefrom Home 
. High Cprpmissbn 

Mri Bennett . 

(312)35^1690 



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• Pilzalfaker 

• Delhrenf Drivers 

PIZZA PLUS 

476 North Avenue 
' Antioch, Illinois ' , 



StatI NoWCOsmoMtfatlng 
quolity-rloyt-' nwt- gl'H '»' 
Amarkon Horn* Toy Porltat. 
Earn up to 3S% Commlitlon. 
lie D«ll»«y or Collect Ing. Cor 
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?W«dnMday arid TfiimMteyr 

■ '10:011 i.C to 5:00 p.nt ''■: 
Sotvrdoy 10:00 ajn.'to 6.-00 p.m. 

tucnt Dtu ' - 

Lokehursl Mall . 

(3ia)4794eio ^ 

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(Iniufonca); ■ Salary; com- 
m«n*ura*« with ot>llliv.- — ' — '"' 

(312) 395-2010. 



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Monday UiroughFridav' 
From 7AM. to 4 ^Nl 

-^N IJUiETTT 
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.1230 Legion Di-lve- 
, Tviin lakes, Wisconsin 



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Flexible, Dependa- 
ble Person for 
parl'time afterno- 
on hours. 

(312)587-7755 



In Tm Tntenil tlataptoTtJ? 

I and n*r€ *i-"P&'0'r *• ^^ffw** ^^o**** 
tniurcwi' lOviNOTr' 

CslStftefiraAgMt 
MJteiiselit(]l2)}St2lll 

AlK*.' it<c* Ir"^ D' rtgv^ hci>*3' 



•t*tl Kin 
IHIMtAMCI 



State F^arm Mutual 

HomrOHiit llnvT'infion HI 



DUTCH ARBOR 
RESTAURANT 

-• Cooks • 
•Waitresses 

• Bartetulers 

• Bus Boys 

• Disbwasiiffs 

Inlorviowing 
Wed. a Thurs. 

(312) 395-6222 

40733 Blult' Lake Rood 
Antio?h.lll. 



RN's/LPH's 

Wt haie openines on alLshitIs 
fOf RNs.oi LPNs with i 
cuitenl Illinois license ot let- 
let ol appiitalio'n . lot » 
legiitialibn.fiom .anothei 
slale Top wages libetal 
bcnelil pacliane 

Please Call 

Woukegan Terrace 

(312) 6!Z3-9100 



SWIMMING POOL 
^WDE MAN 

Swimmini Pool SetrctZoni- 
pany needs eipenenced in- 
diriditth ind tielpen. Depen- 
(fible ifount nun witli ntid 
Illinois itftwn Itcense.. Sjlif|| 
commensuiite , witii - es* 
pertenc*; 

(312) S6M910 



WMTRESSES 

Pert-Ttme 

Apply In P»ftoo '■ 
S«mAll$onorJottn 

Johnny D'f 

Groyilol«e. . '" 



PRE-SCH(>dL 
TEACHERS NEEDED 

Full ond Port-Time" ' 
2 Year Degree. 
Experience Preferred 

(312) 546:6122 



iMOfflOFori 
H()lttASSMItri^ 
for Information Call 
(Sd4) 64&4i3t5 



' SMAKT CAM Buyers shop 
Lakelond Cloisltled first. 
Turn your cor Into cosh the 
quick and eosy way. Just 
coll ~ ■'. 

(313) 2234161 



UDA ENItlNUSIS- 
IJ J>.N. Compeny) . 

Wr plot* t«n>of cillivnt m 
tcmpofwjr r«p«flabl* oHh*. 

ond tal*» pailt«ni'tmplor*<i 
plaovtcoll- 

(312)926-2184 



EXPERIENCED 
BAR1BIDER 

Must Work Weeltehds 

Apply III P»non 

FOiLiUrS DOGOOl 



Hviry. 83 Trevor, Wis 



IIVEIN COMPANION 



Excel lent pay; room ond 
board irKtucUd. Norlh ond 
Nortttweit ^rf>iirbi of 
Ctitcogo. Coll 

(313)>9t.a273 



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ChprmfH6u f km 9f mt 

' ■ wk iS04SI#fffMllSfS ' 
Noodad ImoMdiatatr In Sound 
laii« ond HIgWml PoHi orwt. 
Mlt»ag« ««linburl«in»n1 In 
torn* ca»*«. rort4tm«' petition 
ovolloblo. W« dIIm fUilblo 
hown Mondoy through frhlor. 

.(312)940«23* 

lui.AlsMpje. 



SALES 
RECEPTIONIST 

Tfping 45 v.p.m. 

ChallenginE entnfr«cl posi- 
tion tequrtes an outfoint per- 
sonalitr and ptolesstonal ap- 
peatarice fo<' busy lesat 'of- 
fice Fittl-time. evenings and 
weekends iei]uiieil. 

Call Mail 
(312)546-0190 

, 9AJM..3PJM. 



PHOrOSAUS 

$500 per ': week 

minimum guoronteed 
after llrsl two weeks of 
irolnlng on commis- 
sion. Show to mother* 
beoutllul color photos 
ol their bobles. already 
token, Pleosonf con- 
genial selling procllcol* 
ly pre-sotd. By oppoint* 
ment only. Cor Is 
necessory. Port*tlm« 
positions otso ovollabte. 

dui ■ 
(312)5244»03 




HELP 
WANTED 

We aie acc^ptine applications 
lot emptijimeni ot quatity con 
.scientious people lo '|Oin out 
pioduclion line packets Stai- 
line pay S4 6S pet l)Oui 

Apply In Person. 

10 a.m,-2 p.m. 

Monday-Fritday 

_NCLPHONLCALLS_ 

sot Wovorly Court 
Deerfield, IL. 



ERIKA LOUNGE 

Bartenders Wanted. 
Male or Female. All 
hours available. Must 
work weekends. 

Appfy In Person 

7237 State Park Road 
— Spring-GfOKerlll, — 

(312) 587-5255 



ONLY 



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IS' tof'*och additional word 
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Bring Your Ad With Payment 

To The Office Nearest You . . . Or Use 

This Handy Order Biantc To rnail Your Ad! 



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Experienced cooks, 
bartenders, bar 
backs, and wait staff. 
Good poy, ', good 
hours. 

Contact Chip 

Seomrscco's 

550 Green Boy Road 
fiighwood. III. 

(312)432-7651 

Of. Apply IriNnoit 



HURSING 
ASSISTANT 

Full Time 
Compel hive salary 
and benefits. : 

Apply In Person 
Libertyville Manor 

Extended Care 

610 PotersofrRooii "^ 
Ltborlyvilto 

(312)367-6100 



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Address 



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Lakelind^iHewspapers 

■':■ '^PX)rBo)< 268 ' 



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Groysloke, 11.60030 



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Thurtdoy. Au guil 1 S. 198 5, 



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OWtjHi.OfiMIMB 

Sami-Eiumps i- ■' 
Pr^pafm For Next 

(Traileirs Antiable) 
Bdh TivBytrf , he* 

(312y2M4636 



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WAI1RBS WANTBI 

: Appier fn Pet^n- 

AVIIIgge Ranch 

201 Center Street ■ 
Croydoke, ll|. 



NURSING 



AIISKifts, 
-r^^" Certif icatton : Necessary - —-— 

:APP!LYtN PERSON "^ 

HIUCREST IfflriiEMENf V INC. 

1740 N. Circuit Dri 
Round Lake Beach, III. 



RARMIME DRIVER 

Appiicotions are being soughif by Lakeland 
Newspapers for o driver vyith own van to 
^ely^or_newspopers^io_.postl offices -and- 
stores on Wednesdays only. jMust be 
reliable and hove references. Will work 
'from 9 .a.m. until, finished. Idedl part-time 
[ob for night worker. ~v;r^.'; - ^^; 

•'; ,i ;i Coritoct Bill Schro&der, Jr.^^ - ■ 
|3J2)3i23^161 -^^ 



y, >u-.i-:i, :v Graysfake, III. 

"Af/ The News Anc/ A WhofeiotMore" 




MINI-SH0l>< 
INSfRUCTDRS;^ 



■Al lenclale a ^- resideritial '^ treat misnt 
xenferj is seeking: d part-time In- 
!structo(- to teddi In • Electronics, • 
Horhe Maintenance, • Small Engines, 
• Lapidary and • Photography. 

Positions require working directly with 
behavioral disordered adolescentis. 
Approximately 2 evenings a week. 
Applicants should be motivated and 
possess hands oh ability. 

L Sa!ory$6..to$15. perhour. 

: CbalMf t Dii PMzeii 
(312]rd5<^23Si, ext. 75 




IMMiDlATE 
IJfiiilMGS 

Intemottolnal compony 
eKpondlng to this area 
i»ed» young men and 
women. Con earn 
$390/week Full; Time, 
f170/wMk-Part*Hme.^ 
Ropld''": odvancement. 
We train. , 

(312)298:8840 

9A.M.to5PJM. ^ 



REHABIUTAHON 
HURSE 

1^ RNWPiTf : 

Wo \ liave an opening 
for a. full lime rehab 
nurse, Benelirs and 
salary, commensuroie 
wilh oxperience. 
Please call:^— 

waukegan 

TERRACE 

(312) 623-9100 

•'■ ' ■ E.O.E. -,-.': \ 



To fio cl«gn up al lotel mr^y 
dub. MutI b* tnalwontiy aid 
r*l«f«ncm ovoilafals. Prafv 
•kW mol*. . Coll loc 
oppolnlnMnt. '.. 

(312)546-1257 



ripiiMwJ 


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Kunr SUM 


Round UA*, ML -. 


(sia}74o«iai 



WANTlb 



Need 20 people to staff disploy booths 
at fairs, trade shows, and mail shows in 
the greater Chicago area. Excellent for 
retired people. Three or four days a 
week.r Average 6 hours per day.Gall - 

<312)r 54^1^90 

MR. HOlMEis 



Kids Back In School? 

You may wont to consider Retail Sales. 

• Parfrfime flexible hours 

• Weekends or Weekdays 

• Riding Experience Helpful 




■'tnPefian 
Monday - Fridoy 
9 a.m. to 5 p.m. 

3Q6 Peterson Rd. (Hwy. 137) 
Libertyvillo, III.. 



-OFFICE- 
MANAiGER 

Berhord Chevrolet 
in Libertyville needs 
experienced person 
lo manage large office 

Greot opportunity 
for right person. 

Only experienced 
dealership oiffice 
managers need apply. 

Call For Appointment 

Frank Vaccdro 

(3I2).362-1400 



Full 9i Parl-Jime 
Poys/Eventngs 

'Host;:' ;■_,::. ■ 



* WAIRBSCS 
MWAfinS 



Ifiint For 
Loocii A Duuo 

VCCICIK&' No m p CHW CB IC- 
qnind. Ne afl IniL Met 



haw - 'bnevSy 
pcfswalili. 

Apf^biPenbn 

BflKHiSSQUMtE 
RESmUmKT 

n9SS.Mihnitlce«e. 
UbatrnOe. IH 



HIU. IIME 




ffMSaim 



oonou/ 

GOBUl ofna 

To answer pfaoRes, 
type imoicesv scbedole 
s&ipaieab; and some 
faooUteepiiig; v ^; 
2 Years Office Ex- 



-CoffJecvine 
(414) 857-2389 



INSTAUMOir lOAN OmCB ^ 

Growing progressive Nortii Suburban B<mk is 
seeking an Instoliment loon.Olficcr wilh 2 to 5 
years- experience. Some finorKe company or 
collection, background preferrobte. For coo- 
fidentrat consideration please send rcsume\afNl 
soldry history to: y .'''^■^ 



c/o Lakelemd NeMspajpers 
P.p.Box268 • 

Grbysloke. III. 60030 



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: REGISTERED NtlRSES 

:; Interiisive Gdre 
Intermediate Care 

3 p.m..Ton p.m. Full Time 
OB-Labpr and Delivery 
11 . p.m. To 7:30 a;m. Part time 
iy\edicdl-Surgicat 
3 p.m. to 1 i p;m. Part Time . 
;■' AlcofioIisifi'Urilf ;;^--':'a^- r'-;-^^^^ 
11 p.m.To:7:30 a.m. Part Time 
House iSuperyisor ,;, 

1 1 p.m. To 7:30 d.m. Pai^ tinrie 

Previous Experience Preferred 
Excellent Benefits. Please Call Personnel 
DepQrtment^^^^^^^^^;; -i^^^^^ 
Memorial Hospital of .McHenry County 
527 West South St. ~ 

Woodstock, III. 60098 

(815)338-2500 

" An EquarOpporttmrty~Eniploy^ 



= SKUS S 




•W.R V 
SiaUITARliS 

•secretaries;, 

Tronioiplion or Shorthand 
•TYPISTS . 
^50VypM6rb«tler 

•CRT/DATA DilRY 

OPERATORS- 

•CLERKS 

•SWITCHBOARD 
-OPERATORS-r— 

•PRODUCT 

DEMONSTRATORS 

•LIGHT : 

INDUSTRIAL 

-call: TODAY- 

MtM....i„.v.pil| US-IW 
Dh HdbM. . ; . .pil) 1174m 
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SERVICES 



Kei Maoitn V Nnn a frv 
t*i-«i fl l>tn»* l i i BJliiili W» « 

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lEADS 



LEADS 



LEADS 



Qualified leads brought to you! No 

travel, work in Resort Atmosphere. 

Soles bockgrouHd required, eom $500 

to $1000 per week, plus benefits, osk 

-.;forv^--:-;V;^=^;-„ " ' ' ... 

■'■■■ \ ^Ji..^.:i^ ^ '<J^' .. ■ 

y^. Mr. Donoldson 
(312) 



ATTENTION SAUS PEOPLE 

If you ore Dynamic and Confident with 
soles background. U.S. VocofkMi Resorts 
will poy you whot you're worth, isn't ft 
about time? Maybe youll quolify lor the 
No. 1 Sales Teom in Northern Illinois. 
Call for. tntefview today. 7 days per 
week. _ ■•=;^";f - ;• ' - '■.-.■■ 

lilrwPttriis 
(312)546-7778 



MAOIINE 
OPERATOR 

.We arc .' looking for 

_ oncnted per- 

lo Ihvh to run bog 

AwtUmgneuto 

worfc ■ and provcfi 

is ncoesaorir. W* a4lcr 



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tjle Cooati HeaBk pqwt- 

Pn>Can ks a tall Uhk 
posibdH XiOBsbic HtEHittME 
rtiwfv ssisla£ ti*jw i<tv 
■pdatJHf bedical ckartx. 

tdnol dipfaa tr GED 
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GREAT JOBS FOR me YOUNG 
AND THE YOUNG AT HEART 

Ybur experfenco counts at Great America. Many ot our best people havQ l)Qen' 
homemakera, teachers and retirees Interested in earning extra cash wtiile 
eiyoying ttie fun and fantasy at our popular Itiefne park. Why not put your 
experience to work this fail? 

Right now we're preparing for our exc^ng fall season. And the time is right 
to sign up for, seaaohal posittons In one of our key operational areas: : 

.-CUUIESi ARCADES •SECURITY 

• MERCHANOISE^K^ - ■ RNN) SEinnCES 
• RIDE OPBUmONS/ADMSSIONS 

Six Rags Great. Amerioi Is a great place to spend your fall. You'll enjoy a 
variety of benefits including free park admissiorf and more. Great America... 
great lobs for the young and the young at heart Stop by today and apply. 

'[tally i9ain-4j[HB..^^ -,,"- -'\\:-.J^-^-j'r..l . . '^;^^vV^^■4^:■-"■ ''-■ ■ 




Employment Office ■ -^■■■:^7 -■ :" I 

floute 2t (Between Grand Aye. & Washington Stir 
Gumee, It. 600ari 

SIZFUGS '• 'M '^^ 

■RIIVfAlilBRlGft 



"^OFFSer PRESSMAN 

Specialty envelope nrtanufocturing company 
in Waukegan needs, on experienced tvwo- 
' color web offset pressman for 2nd sliift. 
Only experienced pressmen need opply. Ex- 
cellent salary ond fringe benefit podtoge. 

\:'Piea5e sendrosume to;^ ' • 
- Box 106 
c/o Lakolandl Hewmpap&rx . 

P.O.Box 2^3 
Crayslako^ tninoSs60030 

. .exftK^Oppoftumtybnplofmr 



Must hov* good f igurw 
qpMiide and o&ng 
" skais. 



•Acnxmls Receivable 
•AaountsPbyoble 
'Poffofl 
-Ug^Tfping " 

•An^iMriiigFtiones 

Bqienena pnletrad, 
Iml not ncossory. 

(312) 223r7505 



WE'RE EXPANDING 
UPWARD & OUTWARD 




-JusHo be doser to yoUrwelww fiave on' odditionoT 
office at: 

ROUTE 45 & 60 
MUNDEUIN 

Conveniently locateti near mdny of our customers lo 
give you even greater tempocary oppoclimitics. 

Including,: :;~^7^~cr~''"^^ir~^- ./ ; 

v.TYPim. WORD POOCCSSbBS. 
^^Ar DATA ENTRY OPERATOBS. & NinSES 

Offering good P(^, Benefits including AAoior Mediod 
^and Word Processing Trotning. - 
.Stopt>yori:oli: ^ 

(312) 949^100 OR (312) W 
MUNDEIBN ; 4 ^ pUlilJIi 

©MANPOWER 

; equol oppo rtun ity employer m/ff 



HAtR-PBtFOOHBtS-is 
kjolung for people wflio 
iMom cm opportwiily to 
express ttiemsclves. -■-. 



for ii^fi fostiiofi ii^r 
salon in ROUND^IAKE 

;acAai. 

BENEFITS WCU/DE.- 
• Free oliiMuiu cdicaliN 



• r iNiii i<ii i i i n tp Xa SX , 

• OeM pwiW-- ' ' 

• Cinu gnaUk BpportaBfties 

For o ODondentka tnler- 

iriewcolfcv'-;^* ' 



(311) 



^ursdQy,Augu«HS.19g5 



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i^KMII CAT ,16* with 1.000 
^'pdiind '.ihbro ' tfolion . boal 

" (312)395-6780 
, ' 73-33-68 




^m^' 799 LTD'ltawaikl 
Mog; wh««IiV gdrag* K*pt, 
- S,000mll«t. on* owner. 
' (312)497.3341 
, 7!6>33-a6 
IfT* IMW R90^.- Block, 
.rum good. ;" SlSOO/lwsf 



offer. 









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A GOLDEN opportunity- 
Make money in yOur spore 
lime. Jo ip...Lrigiidly_hom&, 
toy parties. Ihe leoder lor 
30. years. 'Openings (or' 
monogefs and deolers. We 
hove the largest and best 
line in party plan, Eorn big 
money plus bonuses and 
travel incentives. ,Storl 
now and " earn money 
immedialfily'. Coll toll free. 
, 1(800)227.1510 
- ___7.34-l4 



- Experienced 

HAIRSTYLIST 

For New Unisex 
Shop in Round Loke 
Beach. 

r^Hfgh VohntwArM 

FtrFirtfeirlifonHtioi 

(312)546-9866 

tfayg . 

(312)546-0411 



OWN A ladies or chlldrcns 
fashion store. Our 10 ycor 
old com pon y con liefp vqu_ 
' open your own business. 
We supply, .Jnweniory., 
lixlures. training, stle 
' evaluation .ond oirlore. 
Famous lines, include 
Calvin Klein; G-(ori'o 
Vonderbilt, lee., Zeno,.. 
Chic. Levi. Esprit. lOOV 
more. Purchase pr((e 
S850O to S18,400. For more 
informotion call Ed Brandt. 
1 (405) 238-5098 
.— ie-33-8-"- 
TWIN LAKIS, WIi.. by 
'owner, retteuront ond 
lounge, class B license, 16- 
year-old building, newly 
remodeled Modern kitchen 
Olid baths.. Plenty of 
porklng. Seats 100. Corner 
locoDon on Main.. Street 
- and County Highway. 
(414)877-9903 
(414)279-5337 

.^ 1834-93 ^. 

flND A JOa, or fill o job 
with Lakelond Classified. 
(313) 32M161 






BosUftMotofS 



BOAT II FT. Mark Twain. 
120 H.P. Inboard, seots 10. 
walk - thru windshield. 
$4,300or best offer. 
(312)356-2857 
73-33-87 

IS FT. SWnzER Croft 
fiberglass , boat . SSOO or 
best oiler. 

(312)587-5588 
73-33-54 

1*7* CLASTRON 15% ft. 

Tri-hulf boot, 85 ' H.P. 
Mercury motor and troiler. 
Must see, mony options. 
ready to go. $3000 or best 
offer. 

(312)9750899 
afler6 p.m. 
733463 - 



>*?■;■' 



Boats &Mofori. 



1971 JAYCO, camper, 
tieepi 8, ttove, Icebox, 
cd nopy . $ 1 BO OoroHer". 

74-33-106 
1977 COACHIMAN 24 -fool 
mini motor home. Itool olr, 
automoltc, - \ air con- 
ditioning, povver »teerlng. 
power ' brakes. , cruise 
control/ ttereo. C.B,. 
'storoge pod. Excellent 
condition, 30.000 milet, 
$10,900. 

, (3121356-6468 " 
- offer 6 p.m. 

74-33-98— 



Vans 



197* list long bed window 
yon, 6 cyllnoer, captain's 
chairs, good condition. 
$3, 100 or best. 
' (313)587-7679 

.— 75-33-71 " ' . ; 

r1977_PODGE window vanr 
power ' steering, power 
brakes, olr conditioning, 
excellerit condition, asking 
$2,800. 

(312)395-5853. 
, .75.33:74 ■—■ 

19t3 CHEVY custom von. 
like", new. Lboded. 9,000 
mile's; on warranty. 
$13,750. 

-{312)945.4044 

-"- eVenings 

.—75-34-7 

SINOER INDUSTRIAL 

sewing machine. . Model 
1I1W ISS, Walking toot. 
New motor. $475. 



(312)689-0805: 
-76-33-112- 



IfN KXM. bought new In 
1981;' good condillon, 
-never-raced. $375 .or^esl- 
offer. 
' (312)526-5093 

76-33-70-^ ~- 

1*75 KAWASAKI KZ40O. 
1-Dwner, liken«w.'$600. . . 

.(312)395-0352 
.. _L ■76-33.55 - 



TnJcliATrilfiix 



1979 UONCO 4: X 4. 

custom , -35 1 M." ; 4-tpeed. 
hudroulic show" "plow, 
many extras, $4,995. 
(312)367-0199 
. -77-33-66 ' 

19M NISSAN 720 pickup, . 

with 5 speed. Pioneer 

AM/FM stereo cassette. . 

$5,300 or best. 

(312)662-2605 
r '■• ofter4p.m.i.,^~. 
^T ^;„ ., . 77-33-52 — "~ " 



l97a''HAiiMd9lrvftA^OBILl 

home'No. '4l'rWheaIlbnd 
estates. - ,14x70 ft.. 2 
bedrooms, hew hot water 
healer, 10x30 ft. Silvertop 
Awntng, shed, stove. ond, 
refrigerator, '■ owner 
relocollngmostsiBtl. '; ^: 

{4U}537-2314 - • 
\ ".' v;.''br.. - •---■ . ■■' 

(414)537.4935 . 
79-33-120- 



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(3) 'RADIAL TIRU, P16S- 

'eO.R13,['Jdvelln all seoson 

ftadlols^ ' 4 , boll : pattern, 

good tread, on., rlmsfj I 

■$2CL''-:o-,:j,-;;v;--'-- •:-■■■ 

i (312)546-7864 
_.i__81tTF-82 ^ 




lasstfied 






'riNDAJOp,or fill a job 
, with Lakelond Clositf led. 
(313) n3-«161 



LIKE NEW 14 ft. aluminum 
fishing boot with Ifoiler, 2 
motors ond more. Must 
see. $725. 

(312)546-0906 
734J3-82 

11* FIBERGLASS Boot 85 
hp.. Mercury outboard and 
troiler, $2,O00Dr best. 

(312)395-0988 ' 

7333-40 

SAILBOAT: Melges "C". 
1969 20', vornished wood 
huff, crisp sail, racing 
gear, custom trailer with 
rocks for most and boom, 
bracket for outboard. 
SI.800. 

(312)587-7048 

(312)389-0179 

— 73-33-38 



(312)546-4572 

after 5 p.m. 

75-33-5— 



SAfAOT CAR Buyers shop 
Lakeland Classified . first. 
'Turn your Cor Into cash the' 
quick and easy way. Just 
call I" 

(313) 323.«161 



OON7 WAIT till winter to 
'Start looking for a 4 wheel 
drive vehicle. Now you con 
hove-o 1979. Ford Bronco 
with 61.000 miles ond new 
tires for only $4,500. Sorry, 
nobockseot. -,' ■ .:,-^''i 
(312)395-1697-. V ■^ 
' alter 6 p.m." 
77-33-791^ — 

-BUYERS ANDSellertToni«' 
together ,~every week in 
Iqkela'nd Classified. 



i^jiiiuuraciiiii 'i^Matm 

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Taurus (Apr. 20-May 20) Time to loss out outworn 
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proachea to your worlt hDults as well as in your pcrsunul 
relationships. Good results soon follow. 

Crmliil (May 21-Junc 20) You can't preserve romance 
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to do 50, Aspects favor a more open relationship. The 
next move is up to you. 

Canrer (June 21 -Jul. 22) The moon favors outlets for 
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loads to luUcr, deeper personal relationships as wcU. En- 
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1^0 (Jul. 23-Aug. 22) Your usually evcr-hclpful Sun sign 
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1977 TOYOTA CoFlca. 
good cgndilion. musl soil, 
F<rstSK995 

(312)623 6963 
Joromo ^ 
83 33-54 ' 

197S VOLVO 244DL. 
ouTomalit, .(?/*• ip/h.s 
AM FM. gbod'condjlion, - 
S2 250oTboslollor.':'= J- . • 
(312)223-6iU ' ^:^ '- 
„._^:B3.32-73^^— ;^: 
-M77-fORD-^Thundofblrdr:^ 
' encollofit ' ;:<ofidlHbn.:: no 
fusl. iooded.S2,800. ■'• ; 

(312)395:5853 " :' 
.. — _e3-32.75:^---; 
T979 CHEVETTE, ho rust. 
cxcollent ""■ condilidn, ; 
AM FM cossollc,. crulso, 4 
speed, driven mostly ;. in".- 
To>fa«;- dopendobler 

SI. 900. . - :,- 

. (312)546-1541 

83;32.78^— — 

T«l CITATION, 4 .door, 
hqlchbqck, '4 cylinder, air, 
power .: sleofing," powor . 
brakes, AM/FM-lwo tone-. 
blue. 65.000 mllos; $3,300, 
(312)5662502 . 
-. — _83.32-70— - 
147S FORD LTD, power 
tleoVing, power brakes. : 
oir condiXontng, AM/FM 
radio, runs great. S2, 200. 
(312)356-6088 
-_z;7^83:32.72- — r^ . i. v 

1980 CHCVEHE, good body 
ond lire*. $1,700. 
r ,. [3 12)5^6-0442 
after 6 p.m. 
___83-32.10S-:-.— . 

J96I BOICK, good .con. 
ditlon, $300 or bei) offer .. 

(3j2)3950979 ,^..\u 

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19n CHEW Monio, 2 plus 

2 hatchback. $500 

(312)223-2984 

offer 4 p m. 

83 33-19 

CHERRY-' VETTE. This car Is 
an oyo cotchor. 2 T-Sop, 
hord orid soft, loaded. b„r- 
hs-' regular gos; " Candy- 
apple rod, 1974 350, L-48; 
SQ.OOOorbcsl. :.; 

. -yi2)5a7.5492 
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-WirnYWOUtH orrow, 5 
speed, j' AM/FM ,1'stereb, 
: rear dofbggor. $1700 - or 
■■ best,':' ;■■■■■ 'v'A.^'-'' 
(312)680-9728 
.After 6 p.m. 

MA MfflMACf . ; f or v'tm art - . 
«hbpp«rt;'",tKbVr Lokelornd- 

Ctastllfod. "^ To: cidvertlte! 

Cbir-A--^:;:.- ^. -■,. ■;•■•■ 

19M FORD .T-BIrd, V-8. 
$8,000, loaded. Excel Ion I 
condition: 




1«7» , TP,TOTA ^ Co7ol|a 
wogon, $ speed, stereo, 
runs groot. some roit. 
^$1,650 

(312)356 5371 
of tor 4pm 

83-32-32 

1979 VOLK$WAGON 
Rabbit,' 2. door, hotchbbck, 
, higfi miles bill runs good 

• some rust, $ 1,000. 

.■::(31 2)5400218 
■ b ftor 4 p.m. 
. . ---r-^a3:^Z-67-^ ; il] ^ 

ma'PLYAlioUTH Sotelldo;- 
Tekos. cor, :3)8 engine; 
rebuilt with .340' ports, 
Rood-runrier style ■ body. 
'Good condition.: $1,500 or 
boil offer. - ' 

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.1983 JEERlorodb package, 

'5 speed, 4,000 miles; oir 

conditioning, stereo, hard 

and soft tops, $8,000, 

... '(312)367-1671 

— .^ ,.^=iB3-32'94~;— "— " " 



1t77 PINTO wagon, good 
condition, no rust, $950 or 
best offer. 

(312)526-3093 

83 33-69 

1t7S CUTLASS, pampered 
Florida carl Four door, 
excellent condition, extra 
cleon, 

■ (312)367-9438. 
, — -: — B3-33-72 
1977 rORO Thunderblfd, 
' excellent condition, . no 
rust, loaded, $2,800. 
'*vt31 2) 395-5853: 
: ; . 83-33-73 _ 

ItTt-OLDS Regency, good 
'condition,' win sacrifice, ' 
: $2,000. :■ 

(312}949-53!7 
■.:.,• of ter 6 p.m. 

'• 8 333-86— . 

1977 FIAT SEDAN 61 ,000 
miles, stick V shift, good' 
condition, $900. . 

(312)587-5730 
--B3.TF35^53— — 



1974 UMANS College 
student mutt sell Pontioc 
jporl coupe, New point 
vinyl top, tires and 
exhoutt. 67,00 miles Rally 
rims, thorp. $1900or best. 
(414)889-4591 
— e3-33-101 

in4 CHEVEHE^ warranty, 
■clean, :4-speed. $3,675^br 
'best, - 
' (312)223-5179 

, ■-■ — 63-33-88 — . 

197J PQNTI AC Ventura. 6 

^cyiinderl automatic, B8K> 
miles, good tires, -runt 
good. $300. 

(312)362-3893 V 
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ittOOLDS Delta 88, 4- 
door, -good condition, 
$2,950. 

(312)566-5064 
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1977 NOVA, good running 

car, 45,000 milet, $1 .500 or 

best offer. - — 

(312)546-9634 

- 83 33-78 

1910 CHCVY Monza. 50,000 

milet, $1200or best offer 

(312)356-3762 

before nbon or 

after 9 p.m. 

-83-33-77 

1977- VEOA hatchback. 
Runt, ■ needs work. Good- 
Hret, AM/FM: radfo', 
$225/best offer. 
;; (312)395-1989. 
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■ ; - - 8 3-34-1091—^ ' 
1977 BUICK V^ special, 
53000 miles, good shape, 
, right quarter panel needs 
work, new exhaust, new 
transmission. $1 ,900 or 
best, ■ . . ' 
(414)889-4591 
^_83-33:100— — : 



197* JEEP as 3 speed. 4- 
wheel drive, mint con- 
dition.- 

(312)395-2350 
83-33 -S4 

19M BUICK LoSobre 2- 
' door; Red,. . neW: lires, 
battery, brakes,, shock 
obsorlMirs, perfect . con- 
dition. One owner, one 
driver, $3900. -;'.; 

— ^(312) 587-9285 - ^ r^^ — 

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1979, MONTE Corlo. 
Loaded, $1500. 

(312)395-5429 

after4:30p.m. 
B3-33-B1 — -^— .' 

197t DATSUN F10, good 
condition, great . gas 
mileage, 5 speed, SO.OOO 
mites, $1,600 orbestoKer. -' 
{312)566-8156 . 
: — 83-33-80 



^83-32-58— -^ .11. . 

1978 MUSTANG. Needs 
work. Bostoffor. 

(312)546-9383 ; 
alter 5 p.m.. -, 

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1911 rORD -Escort, 4. 
speed. Great gosrnilobgc. ' 
Good condition. 
. (312)546-7737 
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1973 CHEVY.Molibil..' 4 
door; slick ■ ■ shift,, now, 
clutch,..tlming'-choln ond 
blternalbr, $500 or best 
blfcir., ■ :' V 
V ■ (312)362 8533 
'"•'■.' ; ■ oiler 6 p.m. 

—83.32-92—- • 

T 974 PLYMOUTH Duster, 
, needs work, $300 or .best' 
offer. - ■ '- .:. . 
(312)223-2836 
'alter Sp^m... . . 
. — : — ^83-32-93— — '■ 
^,19*7 FORD Mustong. 
block; :'. three;] speed, 
■fojlbock. $3,500; 

~ '— (312)566-8924 — "''^^ 

__._a3-32-95 — 

1976 FORD Torino four 
, door, must sell, best offer 
buys it I . 
t- (312)362-7224 

r:_„„ 83.32.96--^ — ^ 

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1969 BUICK SKYLARK 

:350. 4-door, rebuilt 
tronsmisslon. $350. or best > ' 
offer. ■ 

••.; .(312)546-5493 . 

\,-Cr^: 83-32-115- — — 

1972 CHRYSLER Newport - 
Custom; runs good, $500 or -— 
best offer.' ' ' .'-■.... 

• (312)546-7001 

ofter7p.m. . r 

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197*: AMC Hornet Sport-' 
obbut hotchbock, greot 
gas mileoge, $550/best 
offer. . . 

..iOli.. (312)395-3219 :fA'j^^J:::,j. 
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1984 PONTI AC TrohrAiyi. 

T-lop, 5 speed ' mpnuol, 
high output engine, loaded ' 
with extras; $11,500, 
flexible, 

(312)356-3986 
____ 63.33.46— .__ 

1970 CADILLAC sedan 
Deville, 4 "door", power 
everything, 63.000: miles: 
$1 200 or oiler. - 

(312)546-1612 . 

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yW/FM cotiftit* -tlsrvo/ 

-Ct«an. $4,000. 



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1t73 AMC JAVniN A/C;. 

AM/FM- eciiwtt«,;. ;.n«w 
tires, broke*/ •xhoutt .and 
more. Body ruity;rflllabl*. 
$650, Coll 

. (312)546-3737: 

.83.33:32^^-^ 

DODQC OMHI 024; 2 door 
hatchbock. p/b, : p/«;. olr" 
conditioning. AM-t^M. 
Clean, runt good.?32,000, 
mllei. $3,450 or b««t oiler. 
(312)356-3940 
B3-33^26 
AUTO FO«:tAli- ,1965 
Ford Muifong, 28?-Ve, 3 
ipeed, 70,000 ..miles, 
excellent condition,:' new 
lirei, brakes and battery. . 

{312)5«7.J0M;: -X 

of ter 6^30 oim."' '■' • ' : * 

B3.33-46— 

1fl3 CHIVY: Cavalier 
wagon, 4 cylinder, .jgood 
mileage, " very r. good 
condition,.$4,500. " ' 

(312)587-3168 

^^63-33-4 3 , 

19M FOtD T-BIrd, y-8, 
B.OOO miles, loaded. Ex- 
cellent condition. 

(414)862-2449 V 

(312)693-6455 
— -L-83.33.47 



1*74 MUtTAMO II, 4 

cylinder; 4 speed, not . 
ffathy, but /very . .depen•- 
_dable^Gobd:-winte^r^'cor,— 
many new ports. $700; Call 
. (312)362*6089:^1- 
■ ,.'-:.Mike^:- ■ ■ 
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im tUCK Cdmaro 350. 4 
speed, rebuilt^ engine, 
recent mags and tires, new 
'clutchi^ Must see, $35130 or 
best'olier..". : 

(312)662-0326 
— — 83-34-16 ^ _ : 

IfTTCHtVT Wionto. 2 plus 
2 hatchback. $500. 
:;- (312)223-2984 . 
ofter4p,m. 
63-33-19— — r- 
": 19M FOiRD' T-Blird, V-B, 
$8,000; looded. Excellent 
condition. ' 
.- (4 14)862-2449 ■ 
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•■.-■■^-r-7-fi3.33;l34— ■. 

1f77;FIAT SibAN 6l.000. 
^illes, stick shift, good , 
-condition. $900. ■ 

(312)587,5720 v 

—^ — :83.TF35.53- 

1977 TOYOTA Celico; 

good condition^ must sell. 

First $1,995. . 

: (312) 623-6963 

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tonvortiblo.- fully loaded, 
top wincfows, point, and 
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SSO and double ' borrol. 
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GTI^ Black with red 
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fog lights... v$6595 
1982 VotktwoS^n 
Quantum. Coupe, 
loaded, low 
miles....... ...' $8995 

1982"Vol¥0 - 244 
D L . : A u t o , 
clean ......... $6495 

1981 Toyota 
Celloii GT. Aub, 
olr,' stereo . . . .$5995 

1981 VotkivragMi 
Babbit. 4 speed, 
sunroof, diesel$299S 
1980 Soob Turbo. 
Red, atr, . tope, 
sunroof, LOAD- 
ED. .. ....... .$5995 

.1980 Volkswogeit 
Sdrocco. Sunroof^ 
stereo 1: -cassette, 
clean vVv'ivv , . $4495 
1980 Toyota 
Cellca GT. 5 

19:f9 Soob 900. 

Good trdnsporta* 
tlon..... ...-.$3995. 

19jtlLi-Jroyofo 
CellOB GT. 5 speed, 
air. . ......'..>•.••. 

1978 IHomla Ac- 
coird.LX. Burgundy^ 
5 /v^.- speed,' air 
tape....."... .$2195 

1978 Ddtsun 310.5 
speediV^v-^AM/HMi 
oir.. .. ..•."•$2195 

1978 Honda Ac 
cmrd. 2;door, 5 
speedp red. ..$1995 
1978 DodM Omni. 

mlleageV......$1895 

1^6 Codtlloc 
$Mlan DeVine$895 

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1973 Chevy: Im- 

polqi : ■ Stbtioh 

woflQii . . . . - • • • $295 



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1983 Buick R|id|;S|iprt^upe^^^^^^.^^^^^^ ^ 

Full power, air;; tf>««d.'?eon>rofrcodch roof .ft wire, whe«t>. 

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V-6. foil pdwarj^atfCorMttionlng ond rnor»; • -. 



1981 BuickSkylork Limited Sedoh 

Full power ft bir c<Mvd|tlonlng, excellent condition. 




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vs. \xA\^^imfVi^Si^ & locks. Silvm^^tdllic. Ral- 

ly wheeli: »«(C^I»oyfe(>iKllHoh threiighout. 



1979 Pohtiac Boiihevillo Brougliom Coupe 

Full power equfppeti, fMfVver Moon Roof . mony extros. ; 



Ermine White wIlH C*yd«^OTt itrlp*«T4»piW. 



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1981 Otdsmbfille Omega Sport 

Good dopendobi* cor. " 



1981 dieWdet Citation HotchbadcSeda 

v-6, 4 ip^j^jM»ll«riPcondl»lon.- ';:,.-;v-. ,- ' :■-;, ^.■■■^,:.. - y . 



1980 Plymouth Horixori 

4 cylinder,! $pwd.'AM/FM,.well maintained. 



1978;GMCnci(iii^ 

350 Va, automatic trontrnlHlon, air conditioning. Loti of use 
left In him; - ; v'; , 



1977 Oldsmobile Ciitloss Coupe 

V-8, full power, strong runner. 



1975 Ford Mustong Fostbodc 

Automatic tra>timiMlon7l>K*nt llttfo cor. 



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1982 V6li«BiiiQirCbupe 

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Midiiite Blue, with Red 
leather ifiiterior. 18,000 one 
.spwner miles.Xoaded. . 



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